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The JungleOctober 16, 20187min0

L’VOYAGE promises an exclusive luxury experience for crypto-affluents

Aditus, the world’s no. 1 luxury access platform for crypto-affluents, has signed an exclusive partnership with bespoke private jet chartering company L’VOYAGE to accept payment in cryptocurrencies.

L’VOYAGE is a Hong Kong-based company with a long heritage in serving discerning corporate travellers and jet-setters. Part of a specialist business aviation group founded in 1999, L’VOYAGE offers unrivalled access to aircraft options and landing destinations, coupled with highly personalised hospitality. In April, the company officially launched its ultra-exclusive travel curation services under the L’VOYAGE Travel brand in response to growing demand across China.

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L’VOYAGE is notably the first Wyvern approved broker in Asia, making its safety intelligence of the highest accredited standards within the region. Renowned for their ultra-exclusive travel experiences, from champagne served in chauffeured vehicles that brings clients to the plane to food sourced from Michelin-starred eateries, L’VOYAGE provides all-encompassing luxury experience accessible to HNWI and the ultra-affluent. As part of their lifestyle program, L’Voyage also offers amazing travel experiences and access to some of the worlds’ most prestigious events.

As part of this partnership, Aditus Pay will be adopted as the exclusive crypto payment gateway for L’VOYAGE to allow users to make payment in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum or Litecoin. Aditus will also be working closely with L’VOYAGE to help them tap into this burgeoning community of new wealth and provide a convenient and seamless cryptocurrency payment experience.

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Remarking on the partnership, Aditus CEO and co-founder Julian Peh said: “We are thrilled to be associated with L’VOYAGE. Their services are renowned and unparalleled across the region, and Aditus takes pride in being the exclusive crypto payment service provider to allow a new market of crypto-affluents to access this lifestyle.”

“The timing is right for our partnership with Aditus and I see a lot of opportunity ahead for our clients,” said Director of Lifestyle Services L’VOYAGE, John B Sutherland. “We are already starting to get enquiries about paying for unique lifestyle and private jet experiences by cryptocurrencies and the demand will only grow in the future.”

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About Aditus
Aditus was created to be the world’s first luxury access platform bridging luxury merchants and crypto-affluents on a revolutionary decentralised network.

About L’VOYAGE
L’VOYAGE is a private jet chartering company which aims to bring a new dimension of air travel, adding a personal touch to your private journey. L’VOYAGE was also named “Best Charter Broker” by members of the Asian Business Aviation Association in 2017 at the Icons of Aviation Awards.

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The JungleOctober 16, 20186min0

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Crowds thronged the Sydney Opera House and shores of the city’s sparkling harbor on Tuesday to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan during their first public appearances in Australia since the announcement they were expecting a child.

Britain’s Prince Harry and wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex greet members of the public during a visit at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia October 16, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Kensington Palace said on Monday the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were expecting their first baby in the northern spring. The child will be seventh in line to the British throne and Queen Elizabeth’s eighth great-grandchild.

The royal couple started their official tour of Australia on Tuesday and were ferried across the harbor to greet cheering crowds packed in front of the Opera House, which was opened by Harry’s grandmother almost nearly 45 years ago.

“I want to see the royal couple. They are young, a breath of fresh air for the royal family and Australians love them,” said Marvin Lester, who has attended every royal visit to Australia since 1954.

Britain’s Prince Harry and wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex speak with members of the public during a visit at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia October 16, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble

“There’s a lot of feeling for a republic here in Australia but I admire having a royal family,” he said.

Australia, a constitutional monarchy whose head of state is the British monarch, voted in 1999 against becoming a republic.

Support for a republic is hovering around 50 percent according to a January poll, a level largely unchanged in recent years, and there is little appetite to put the issue back on the agenda during Elizabeth’s reign.

Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove, the queen’s representative in Australia, presented the couple with their first baby gifts, a stuffed kangaroo and a tiny pair of fleece-lined Ugg boots.

The visit to Australia is their first overseas tour since Harry, 34, married the U.S. television star Meghan Markle in May. The trip will also take the couple to New Zealand and the South Pacific islands of Tonga and Fiji.

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The royal couple met some native Australian wildlife during a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney early on Tuesday, where zookeepers described the 3,500 animals there as “excited to meet them”.

Thousands of people gathered across the harbor at the Opera House, where the couple later shook hands and embraced members of the public.

Australian Prime Minster Scott Morrison was among the first world leaders to congratulate them on the news of Meghan’s pregnancy.

“We are looking forward to celebrating that good news while they are enjoying their stay here in Australia,” Morrison told a news conference in Canberra.

It is the second tour of Australia by the younger generation of royals after Prince William, Kate, and their eldest son, George, visited in 2014.

Their trip coincides with the Invictus Games to be held in Sydney from Oct. 20-27. The games founded by Harry are an international paralympic-style event for military personnel wounded in action.

Morrison, a constitutional monarchist, took over as prime minister in August after a party-room revolt ousted Malcolm Turnbull, a former chairman of the Australian Republican Movement.

Reporting by Paulina Duran and Tom Westbrook; Additional reporting by Wayne Cole; Writing by Jonathan Barrett; Editing by Sandra Maler and Paul Tait

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The JungleOctober 16, 20182min0


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The JungleOctober 16, 20189min0

Provenance is a common key factor in the auction scene. Here at Luxuo, we covered auction stories for Prince’s estate, watch auction in homage to Walter Lange and of course, James Bond’s Rolex. The result of these auctions is often groundbreaking. At times, fetching a price way higher than a similar asset without a story to sell. This coming Geneva auction in November, Phillips will be selling the original Audemars Piquet Royal Oak Offshore watch, owned by Emmanuel Gueit, the designer who designed it in the first place.

25 Years: Audemars Piquet Royal Oak Offshore 1993 Edition

Taking it back to the early 1990s, Emmanuel Gueit was a young watch designer at 22, tasked with a special project to update Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak watch. The final product – Royal Oak Offshore – set in a large 42mm octagon-shaped case and Tappissierie dial in classic blue, was revolutionary at its 1993 release. The Royal Oak Offshore was the first of its kind to finish with a matching stainless steel bracelet. While these style of watches are much common today, the idea of an expensive, oversized, stainless steel watch with a mechanical movement was a foreign concept to grasp in the 1990s.

“Create something young men would want to wear” – Emmanuel Gueit

Gueit recounts to Phillips, “I was young, and I didn’t really care about taking risks with the watch”. Despite that, it is apparent that Emmanuel Gueit’s 1993 edition of the Royal Oak Offshore has arguably set the course for the Swiss watch industry, reminding us that we are all rebel with a cause.

Taking back to provenance – in this instance is the watch’s notable owner. The original Offshore watch has since been the personal watch of the Emmanuel Gueit, the man who designed it. What takes it further is the visible fact that Gueit has actually worn it around instead of keeping it deep in the vault of the Gueit estate. On its 25th anniversary, the iconic watch will be going under the hammer to honour one of the brand’s most historically important models while re-introducing the new edition to brand lovers.

At SIHH 2018, a re-edition of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore debuted to highlight the significance of all the offshore models produced over the years. The 2018 edition shares many similarities to the original version, drawing a deep symbolic connection that Audemars Piguet hopes others can identify with.

Certainly none will be more important than Gueit’s personal watch. Historically speaking, this is the reference that launched Audemars Piguet into the modern era, and no model can match Number 39 it in terms of provenance. The estimate of this icon of a watch is $41,000 – $81,000.

Visit Phillips for more information on the auction. 

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The JungleOctober 16, 20187min0

Back in the ’90s, Reebok created some seriously futuristic shoes with its signature “split cushioning” design innovation. By removing part of the midsole, the sneaker brand crafted shoes that were lighter—and weirder—than the standard offerings in the market.

Though it looked radical at the time, these days all you have to do is cast your eyes downward in a roomful of sneaker or fashion fans to find a pair of kicks carrying the design torch. (Think: Balenciaga Speed Trainers, if you’re looking for an easily identifiable example.) And, of course, Reebok itself is keeping the look going with models like the stripped-down Sock Run.r, or its bulkier cousin, the Run.r 96.

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Now, the brand has a new—and affordable!—riff on the split aesthetic hitting shelves: the Sole Fury, a $90 performance sneaker with a whole lot of attitude. The new design drops on November 8, and to get excitement levels up, Reebok tapped a few young creatives to star in a new campaign called #SplitFrom (as in “split from the pack”).

One of those young creatives is Marcus Hyde, a photographer who went from working odd jobs at his local junkyard in Virginia to shooting everyone from Chance the Rapper to Ariana Grande. (He’s also, no big deal, Kim Kardashian’s go-to lensman.)

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“I think that Reebok is ahead of the curve by realizing the benefits of working with influential creatives like photographers and stylists that aren’t typically noticed by large brands,” says Hyde. “With this campaign, I got to be myself. I’m not doing what other photographers do, and Reebok embraced my style. They’re not asking me to change or shoot in a particular way. They’re allowing me to have the creative control and let me do my own thing, which most brands would never allow.”

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Hyde, for his part, doesn’t do this kind of work a lot—and that is exactly why he was a perfect fit. “I’m not a typical photographer that brands want to work with,” he says, “which is I guess the definition of #SplitFrom. To #SplitFrom means being true to yourself and eventually at some point you’ll get recognized for what you do. Don’t be a follower or bandwagon-er. Split from the crowd and do your own thing, and people will take notice.”

Watch out for the Sole Fury on Reebok.com and at Champs Sports on November 8.

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The JungleOctober 16, 20183min0

You guys remember that time Bobby Boucher showed up at halftime and the Mud Dogs won the Bourbon Bowl?

Yeah, so does Adidas. That’s why in honor of the 20th anniversary of The Waterboy—Adam Sandler’s 1998 film in which waterboy Bobby Boucher leaves the sideline and becomes a college football legend—the brand will launch a capsule collection in SCLSU Mud Dogs blue and orange for Sandler superfans and hype-addicts alike to fight over.

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On October 19, Mud Dogs fans will have a chance to grab a Bobby Boucher replica jersey and Coach Klein’s varsity jacket, as well as Mud Dog-branded hats and, of course, water bottles. The capsule will be available a day early—on October 18—at an event at Sneaker Politics consortium in Baton Rouge.

For those of you not down on the bayou, act fast—the capsule will only be available on adidas.com for a limited time (and likely won’t last long).

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The JungleOctober 16, 20187min0

YOGYAKARTA, Indonesia (Reuters) – Shinta Ratri, the matron of an Indonesian Islamic boarding school, corrects the pronunciation of a group of fellow Muslims as they chant the phrase “only one God” in Arabic and prepare to pray together.

Shinta Ratri, owner of Islamic boarding school for transgender women, sits in prayer in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, September 23, 2018. REUTERS/Kanupriya Kapoor

Nothing unusual in that, except that these worshippers, gathered in a cramped residential neighborhood of the city of Yogyakarta, are all transgender women in the world’s largest Muslim-majority country where hostility against them has surged, forcing many underground.

Rights activists say hardline Islamist groups are fast eroding the country’s long-standing reputation for tolerance of minorities like the “waria” – a portmanteau of the Indonesian words for “woman” and “man” – as the trans community is locally known.

Ratri, 56, and her students and friends witnessed this intimidation first hand in 2016, when vigilante Islamists mobbed the Pesantren Waria Al-Fatah school and forced it to shut down.

Yuni Shara, 51, described how a group of “aggressive” men in white robes and skull caps descended on the school after Friday prayers.

“I felt angry that my freedom, especially my freedom of religion, was being violated,” said Shara, who lives at the school. “… Even the state can’t fully guarantee our safety from these groups,” she added as she took off her wig and make-up before joining the others in prayer.

A group of transgender women listen to cleric Arif Nuh Safri (C) as he leads a Koran study session in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, September 23, 2018. REUTERS/Kanupriya Kapoor

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The school, set up in 2008, was empty for months after the raid but people have gradually begun to return to what is now widely considered a safe space for the waria community.

But while the school is accepted by its immediate neighbors, opposition remains.

“We believe it is our duty as Muslims to prevent this kind of LGBT behavior and forbid it,” said Umar Said, a senior cleric with the hardline Islamic People’s Forum which forcibly shut down the school two years ago.

While FUI does not “go looking for” waria, the group remains committed to preventing them from promoting their rights. Being transgender is a disease that can be cured through prayer, he said.

Historically, waria and other gender-fluid communities have been an accepted part of Indonesian society. The Bugis ethnic group on Sulawesi island for instance traditionally recognizes five genders, including one that is said to “transcend”, or combine, the female and male.

Homosexuality is not regulated by law in Indonesia, except in the ultra-conservative province of Aceh where same-sex relations are banned. But parliament is considering revamping the national criminal code to impose restrictions on consensual sex outside marriage – a move that activists say could be used to target the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community.

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Even without legal barriers, many in the LGBT community face ostracism from their families and communities, discrimination in looking for work and, in some cases, violence and humiliation.

Many waria, banished from their homes, end up as sex workers, including some who have slowly started to gather again at Ratri’s boarding school to pray.

For Ustad Arif Nuh Safri, a preacher at the Yogyakarta boarding school, embracing the waria is part of his duty.

During a Koran study session, Safri encourages his congregation to ask candid questions about their sexuality and how it affects their relationship with God.

“As long as we can connect with each other on a human level, we can accept each other the way we are,” Safri said, adding he believes most Indonesians are as “open-minded” as him.

Ratri, dressed in a purple head scarf and bright red eye-shadow and lipstick, says it is this openness that allows the otherwise shunned waria to “make peace with God”.

“As waria, we are already under huge psychological stress,” she said. “Here we can believe we are not sinners for being trans.”

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The JungleOctober 15, 201826min0

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The JungleOctober 15, 20186min0

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The Star Wars furniture of your dreams—if you’re the kind of person to daydream about home decor inspired by Luke, Chewie, and the rest of the motley crew, that is—has just been revealed. A partnership between Disney and Filipino designer Kenneth Cobonpue resulted in this striking portfolio that screams to houseguests that yes, you watch the original trilogy in full at least once a year, and yes, you are willing to defend The Phantom Menace to the death.

“At first, I said, you don’t need me for this because I don’t make replicas of machines and Star Wars fans will only buy something if there’s the face of Darth Vader on it—I don’t do that,” Cobonpue told the Philippine Star about being approached by Disney. “They said, ‘No, no, no. We want you to interpret through the lens of a Filipino designer.'”

So he drew on his childhood memories watching Star Wars in the ’70s to create a collection that doesn’t sacrifice his own style. The five pieces are below, and you can check out detail shots on Cobonpue’s Instagram page.They’re only available in the Philippines, though, so you’ll have to ogle from afar—”for now,” according to Cobonpue, who said interest outside his country is high. Patience you must have.

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The Imperial Wing Armchair, inspired by the Empire’s fleet of Tie fighters.

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The Sidious Easy Armchair, inspired by Darth Sidious’ ominous hood.

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The Little Jedi Hanging Lamp, inspired the Jedis’ battle against a Sith Lord (in red).

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The Chewie Rocking Stool, inspired by Chewbacca and his bandolier.

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The Vader Easy Armchair, inspired the dark father himself.

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The JungleOctober 15, 201810min0

Available in a brand new 42mm case, the new Montblanc Summit 2 is the first luxury smartwatch and by virtue of dual elegance and functionality, the best smartwatch on the market right now. Why? Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100, the Summit 2 begins to approach something which watch lovers would appreciate in a luxury smartwatch –  a day-long, well-lit watch face or alternatively, disable the smartwatch functions and the Montblanc Summit 2 delivers weeklong time-display indication – something that its predecessor and other smartwatches on the market struggle to deliver.

The greatly improved battery life is one of many features offered by the Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset. The ultimate smartwatch designed for work, leisure, fitness or travel, the Summit 2 is high on traditional Swiss watchmaking design codes and premium materials. While I won’t go so far as to define it a “digital interpretation of fine watchmaking” (yet), the Montblanc Summit 2 smartwatch comes pretty close: gentler 42mm case size shares proportions similar to most classical mechanical watches while skimping on none of the innovative functions which made Montblanc’s pioneering luxury smartwatch such a hit.

Improved Battery Life makes Montblanc Summit 2 the Best Smartwatch right now

The latest luxury smartwatch follows aesthetic cues of the Montblanc 1858 collection, while tactile button pushers offer an experience that mimic mechanical actuation – Each Summit 2 luxury smartwatch is fitted with a rotating crown (yes you can “swipe” but the appeal is really in manipulating the crown) and two additional programmable pushers. The Montblanc Summit 2, in the words of CEO Nicolas Baretzki is a  “a versatile companion created for urban explorers, business travellers and performance seekers looking to push boundaries in everything they do.”

It’s true, I can count on hands the number of times I have pondered and then decided against wearing a mechanical chronograph and found it annoying to wipe my hands down before operating my smartphone just to check for notifications during morning workouts morning at the Four Seasons gym while on business. The Montblanc Summit 2 comfortably fulfils a dual-prong role – sophisticated yet functional to wear for work, leisure, fitness or travel.

Naturally, the new Summit luxury smartwatch exudes the classic elegance of 1858 thanks to the vintage case while watches faces ranging from the 1858 chronograph to even the feminine Bohème Date and Bohème Classic variations greatly expand the utility value to both genders. Throw in sporty Energy and Fitness styles designed for peak performance and physical activity and the latest Summit 2 smartwatch with its different case finishes – black DLC steel, stainless steel, bicolour steel and titanium Grade 2, combined with 11 different interchangeable strap options including calfskin, Milanese steel, rubber sport and nylon, and over a thousand watch face combinations, create a total of more than 70,000 individual looks.

 

While it is true, that this would do little to convince die-hard mechanical watch purists, the reality is that for this author, the Summit 2’s biggest appeal is that unlike other smartwatches, has a “always on” watch-face and more importantly, the digital faces are so lovingly rendered, complete with shading and highlights, that it comes close to replicate the look and feel of a traditional timepiece. Sure, it won’t replace the other watches in my sartorial arsenal but nevertheless, the Summit 2 becomes an easy secondary companion when travelling and when i’m forced to leave my wristwatch in the TSA scanning trays at the airport once again, I don’t quite get the same panic attack as leaving an Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum alone as I pass through the X-ray device.

 

Accompanying the classic good looks of the new Montblanc Summit 2 is the Google Assistant with proactive assistance for crucial information like flight status, upcoming appointments and other critical reminders. More importantly, this are all available through the watch’s microphone – gentlemen, this is the Knight Rider/Dick Tracey future we’ve all dreamed of – talking into your wrist device!

All notifications including incoming calls, messages, social media updates, calendar events, and news, to name a few, are directly synced to the Summit 2 from a smartphone; again, voice dictation seals it for me here – writing a response on that small dial of digital real estate just doesn’t cut it.

That said, the real kicker is the Summit 2’s exclusive travel function – the new Timeshifter® app and watch face, providing personalised advice to minimise jet lag. I’d be the first person to argue that the reducing jet lag might be the kind of tips readily available on the internet but what the new Montblanc Summit 2 does goes beyond simple, perfunctory information – the exclusive Timeshifter® app uses the latest in sleep and circadian neuroscience, like those available to astronauts and elite athletes. By tracking your sleep pattern, chronotype, and flight plan, the new Summit 2 provides appropriate custom directions to help travellers adjust quickly to new timezones.

Meanwhile, Summit 2’s voice-activated translator is the closest we’ve come to a “Star Trek” universal translator – again, the capable microphone takes a multitude of languages and translates it in text direct to the watch’s display, making foreign travel a less stressful experience in terms of interpersonal communications.

That said, along with Timeshifter, I must admit that one of the more compelling applications is yet another exclusive Montblanc app – the Running Coach. According to Montblanc, the Summit 2 takes scientific insight from the Firstbeat* analytics engine enabling runners to track fitness levels (based on VO2max) and specify a fitness goal which translates into a bespoke training plan designed to calculate your own ideal pace and recovery times – this is the closest to “Smart” that i’ve seen a smartwatch get.

Prices for the latest Montblanc Summit 2 start at SG$1,495 with Titanium editions at SG$1,670 and Black DLC editions at SG$1,875

 

 

 

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