If you want to stand out, you’ve got to do things a little differently. Whether that’s developing a signature style, thinking far outside the box or approaching a task from a new angle, only then will you successfully make your mark.
Cheaney knows this — and the shoemaker’s recycled Derby design is a step ahead of the competition. Noble Audio’s wooden earphones, too, are turning heads. As is the newly electrified, newly resurrected BSA motorcycle brand. So keep your mind open, your finger scrolling — and see what other moving, shaking and ground-breaking inventions have caught our eyes this week…
Switch on: 50-inch Samsung Neo QLED 4K Smart TV
Enjoying the Euros? Or struggling to see every detail because of a subpar screen? If you do need an upgrade, this QLED 4K TV from Samsung has incredible contrast, an AI-powered processor and thrilling 3D audio with Object Tracking Sound+. What’s more, if you buy through the link below — using code GJ10 at checkout — you’ll enjoy 10% off any Samsung QLED TV, get a free 6-year guarantee, and save a further £400 when you buy the HWQ60T Soundbar.
50-inch Samsung Neo QLED 4K HDR Smart TV
Dive in: LOVE BRAND & Co. ‘Pangolin Puzzle’ Staniel Swim Shorts
Last week, we selected Patrick Mavros’ ‘Pangolin’ ring as one of the most striking pieces of jewellery modern men can buy. This week, LOVE BRAND & Co. is also supporting this fascinating creature alongside charity partner WildAid. With a scaly sky blue print, every sale of these shorts helps protect the most trafficked mammal in the world.
LOVE BRAND & Co. ‘Pangolin Puzzle’ Staniel Swim Shorts
Smooth over: The Fellowship Advanced Moisturiser
Cruelty free, 100% vegan and suitable for sensitive skin, this British-made moisturiser from The Fellowship is the ideal way to keep your skin hydrated this summer. Formulated with borage, sea buckthorn and prickly pear, it’ll also reduce any of your fine lines and wrinkles.
The Fellowship Advanced Moisturiser
In the bag: Cambridge Satchel Co. ‘The Messenger’
If you’ve not yet entered our fantastic Cambridge Satchel Co. competition, you’re missing out. Because, if you’re picked as our lucky winner, you won’t only visit the university city — but you’ll be able to pick out a satchel of your own. If we had to choose, we’d recommend the navy and tan ‘The Messenger’ design. Modern and protective, it’s a faithful commuting companion.
Cambridge Satchel Co. ‘The Messenger’
Start your engines: McLaren Elva Roadster with Windscreen
Back in 2019, when the McLaren Elva was unveiled to the deep-pocketed public, its windscreen-less design hit headlines. Now, to make the model legal in certain US states, the Woking-based brand is offering the Elva with a windscreen, replacing the the Active Air Management System or air cushion we saw on the original car.
McLaren Elva Roadster with Windscreen
Take off: Hamilton Khaki Aviation Converter Air Zermatt Limited Edition
Celebrating 10 years as the official watch partner of Air Zermatt, Hamilton’s latest pays tribute to the dedication and bravery of the Swiss Alps’ most highly skilled and brave helicopter pilots. With two bright blue subdials and special packaging inspired by rescue helicopter’s Emergency Locator Transmitter boxes, it’s an enviable aerospace-inspired accessory.
Hamilton Khaki Aviation Converter Air Zermatt Limited Edition
Shake it out: Ricard Aperitif
Created on the coast of Marseille in 1932, Paul Ricard’s eponymous cocktail ingredient is an intoxicating combination of anise, liquorice and Herbes de Provence. And, while it may usually be swirled into mixed drinks, we’d recommend drinking it simply this summer; blended with water and poured over ice.
Lace up: Cheaney Dalby Derby in Brown Eco Suede
Cheaney’s ‘Dalby’ Derby shoes not only walk the walk; they also talk the talk. Crafted from UK-sourced ‘Eco Suede’ and standing on Vibram ECOSTEP recycled rubber soles, these lace-ups are as sustainable as shoes come. And, thanks to that brushed brown colour and simply styled uppers, they’re fashionably versatile too.
Cheaney Dalby Derby in Brown Eco Suede
Lead the charge: Electric BSA Motorcycles
BSA Motorcycles first fired up in 1919. After a storied history — the only bike James Bond ever rode in the novels was a BSA — the company went defunct in 1972. Thankfully, a subdivision of Indian automakers Mahindra is bringing the brand back to life. Opening a new factory in Banbury this summer, ‘Classic Legends’ has announced that an all-electric BSA bike will hit roads in 2022.
Electric BSA Motorcycles
Turn it up: Noble Khan Prestige Wooden Earphones
If your AirPods are looking a little passé, why not invest in a pair of statement earphones? From Noble Audio, these ‘Khan Prestige’ earbuds are created from Amboyna wood — a beautifully burled wood grown on the islands of Indonesia. Expect Tri-Level Hybrid Technology, crisp high tones and deep, thunderous bass.
Noble Prestige Wooden Earphones