The Beverly Hills Hotel has offered glamorous ambiance of Hollywood’s Golden Age since it’s opening in 1912. Moreover, its Martinique Banana Leaf wallpaper, featured in the Polo Lounge of the Hotel, has become iconic in its own right. So much so, that luxury sneaker brand Koio is paying homage to the wallpaper with a collection of three new leafy printed kicks.
The Beverly Hills Hotel.
Koio x the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Each silhouette features Italian calf leather with suede accents and is customized with the classic banana leaf print. And for an added touch, the insoles are modeled...more
David Goffin opened his quest for his second Moselle Open title on Thursday. The second-seeded Belgian, who captured the 2014 trophy (d. Sousa), knocked out Spaniard Nicolas Almagro 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 for a place in the quarter-finals against Benoit Paire, who recorded the 150th match win of his career. Earlier in the day, Paire had cruised past Marcel Granollers of Spain 6-1, 6-2 in 55 minutes.
Goffin’s hopes of winning a third ATP World Tour title, and boost his chances of a rising up the Emirates ATP Race To London (currently No. 13) for one of the six remaining places at the Nitto ATP Fi...more
The guy from "Pimp My Ride" says there's no chance in hell he's watching the NFL's car customizing show "Tackle My Ride" ... with Xzibit telling producers, "Good luck with that." Xzibit has had ZERO desire to reflect on his "Pimp My Ride" days ever…
Nexon and Boss Key are giving players a reason to return to LawBreakers, a low-gravity shooter from designer Cliff Bleszinski. Boss Key, the development studio responsible for the online multiplayer battler has launched a free map and mode for everyone who already owns LawBreakers. This is the first installment in a series of planned free updates for the shooter.
The new map is Namsan. It is an urban facility that acts as the ground-floor entrance to a space elevator. It is set in South Korea, and it overlooks Seoul and the famous Namsan Tower. Boss Key designed Namsan to encourage verticality...more
Login data for more than half a million records tied to vehicle tracking device company SVR Tracking have leaked online, potentially exposing the personal and vehicle data of drivers and businesses using its service.
The leaked repository was first spotted by the Kromtech Security Center, which blamed a misconfigured Amazon AWS S3 bucket that was left publicly accessible for an unknown period of time for the breach. Kromtech first noticed the cache on Sept. 18, according to Gizmodo, and the bucket was closed from public access hours after the security company alerted SVR on Sept. 2...more