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Burberry celebrates all things British in Beijing

This Wednesday, April 13th, luxury fashion brand Burberry is set to celebrate all things British in China’s capital, Beijing – with plenty of music and technological delights to boot.

Lady Gaga and Nicola Formichetti are obsessed with Twitter

The King of fashion Nicola Formichetti and Queen of music Lady Gaga admit they love nothing more than logging on and checking out the latest gossip on their Twitter sites […]

Introducing Capulet: luxe leather laptop cases you’ll love

Introducing Capulet: luxe leather laptop cases you’ll love

Pretty soon, we’re going to need a case for our lives – we’ve got one for everything else, right? iPhones, BlackBerrys, netbooks, laptops and iPads (thanks Apple) – the list […]

Alexander Amosu’s 18 carat gold BlackBerry

Alexander Amosu’s 18 carat gold BlackBerry

If you like your technology like you like your jewellery – ie gold – you’ll love Alexander Amosu’s BlackBerry Torch. Crafted in 18 carat solid gold – well, the centre […]

Luxury gifts for him: Sony Bloggie camcorder

Luxury gifts for him: Sony Bloggie camcorder

Let your man capture life as it happens this Christmas with Sony’s stunning new Bloggie mobile camcorder – after all, what guy doesn’t love a new bit of technology to […]

Tissot launches augmented reality campaign

Tissot launches augmented reality campaign

Ever resisted buying a watch online because you don’t know how it fits? Tissot may just be able to help you – the luxury watch label has just launched a […]

Marie Claire launches new Beauty Genius iPhone App

Marie Claire launches new Beauty Genius iPhone App

Marie Claire has recently launched its first ever iPhone app, Beauty Genius, as the brand new way to get all your must-have make-up tips and celebrity looks at the touch […]

HP launches Paparazzi campaign

HP launches Paparazzi campaign

With the worlds of fashion and technology meeting all the more frequently, HP has just launched its new Paparazzi campaign to capture that middle ground where form and function can […]