Quickies: Bond with Vuitton, A mathematical formula to fix your face, and more

10.9.2008

By Seth Plattner


Sean Connery's new ad for Louis Vuitton is out
, and, for a man almost in his 80s, he looks quite dashing. Photoshopped, but dashing. [WWD]

A new "beautification engine" developed my Israeli scientists takes your face, applies mathematical algorithms to it, and rearranges it into perfect proportions. The formula for beauty is based on the responses of 68 men and women, age 25 to 40, from
Israel and Germany, who viewed photographs of white male and female
faces and picked the most attractive ones. And guess who's face is damn near perfect? James Franco. We won't argue with science. [NYT]

When they're not telling us how ugly our math-free faces are, the New York Times is telling us the way we've been tucking our pants into our boots is all wrong! Jeesh, they are relentless over there, aren't they? [NYT]

Updated trench coats for those grown tired of the ubiquitous khaki. Darker shades, new cuts, and any material you want. [The Upgrader]

Need a kevlar pocket square for all those gun fights you're getting into? No, we didn't think so, but you never know when the gay mafia will strike...[Material Interest]   

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