A new video that launched today, “Leaves Changing, Bodies Blooming,” introduces viewers to C-IN2 Clothing Co’s new selection of colors for its Fall/Winter 2012 Collection that stays colorful and vibrant. The video was shot on location in Tuscany by fashion photography sensation Rick Day.
“The trend with Fall/Winter color palettes is typically to go darker and more serious. We know that C-IN2’s customers like to stay colorful and have our great underwear accent their wardrobe,” said C-IN2 founder Gregory Sovell. “It’s the age of jet travel, and somewhere in the world, the flowers are always in bloom. As Isabella Rossellini says in Death Becomes Her, ‘I follow the spring. I haven’t seen an autumn or winter for years.‘ That’s what shapes Fall/Winter 2012 at C-IN2.”
The Fall/Winter 2012 features new fall & winter inspired colors for each 7 of C-IN2’s groundbreaking lines of underwear: ZEN, now in Plum Wine, True Blue, Dark Emerald, Polar Rose, and Lemoncello, is a combination of Rayon (made from Bamboo) and Cotton fibers blended to give a special transmission of comfort. An update for 2012 replaces the leg bindings with microfiber elastics. The elastic leg tension is adjusted accordingly for the different styles. Check out the stunning photos from the collection as well as the sexy video below. In case you’re wondering, the awesome song playing in the video is “I Follow Rivers” by Wounded Rhymes. Enjoy!
Knot Theory has designed the perfect Movember Moustache Bow Tie for Mo Bros and Mo Sistas this year. During November each year, thousands of men grown moustaches to help raise funds and awareness for men’s health – in particular, prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives. Beginning on November 1st and then for the rest of the month become walking billboards for prostate cancer awareness, drawing attention to the cause with their symbolic staches.
This year, for those of you that can’t grow a stache or for those of you that want to kick up your walking billboard factor up a notch, the moustache bow ties are just what the doctor ordered. The Mo Bow promises not to strain your soup, not to dust your cookies, and nor will it tickle your other half. These standout ties will have you looking fan-TACHE-tic this Movember.
The ties are hand-made in Canada with synthetic black leather and the clipped back is easy to use. You can buy them online at KnotTheoryTies.com (on promo for only $12 until October 31st) or in-store at Masc in Vancouver for $15.
I’ve discovered a new brand of undies and swimwear and already, I know I like them and I haven’t even tried them on. But I know I need to get a pair. m8mate swimwear, underwear and loungewear hails from the Ukraine but what makes them so special?
Each pair is handmade. “About 6 years ago one of my friends showed me the advertisement for the men’s underwear – those pictures were really striking… I could hardly resist the temptation to do something of the kind,” explains the company’s biography. “As it turned to be, sewing is far from easy though too interesting. In addition it gives me a chance to express my creative side in photography, too.”
The company name is interesting too as they describe the word “mate” as a prejudice-free pal. I like that. In their latest photo shoot, these sexy boys try to grasp the last kiss of summer, lounging by the pool in some royal colored suits. It’s a little tough but try and look past those rippling six packs and check out the product.
I must say, I am loving discovering this city and all it has to offer. I love the small independent restaurants littered all over the different areas of Toronto.
I bought a 6-storey loft development in an area called Ossington (BTC: New Condo) and this area is booming. There are several amazing restaurants on this strip and one of them is called Delux which is directly across from my future home in 2014.
I’ve been to Delux twice for dinner and on my first visit, I had their house-made charcturie which was a combination of house cured meats and various pâtés. It was delicious and the servings are quite generous and reasonably priced. For my main, I had their special which was braised pork belly. The crispy skin contrasted the tender pork fat just melted the moment it touched your mouth like butter. At this point, there was no room for dessert. I’m not really a dessert person but sometimes I do indulge in something chocolate or a red velvet cake.
So one of our readers “Troy”, wrote a comment on my Torrontes article, asking if there was a chance I could write a little pairing article about Thanksgiving dinner. Since that time has arrived (for Canada), I’ve done just that.
Turkey’s a funny little meat to pair with. Even those of us (*ahem* me), that cook perfect juicy turkey’s still end up with the slightly dry consistency that IS Turkey. So the key here is to pair something with low acidity. Tannins are the sensation that your mouth has when drinking what we consider a very “dry” wine; the higher the tannins, the more your mouth feels like it’s been sucking on a teabag. Considering the level of dryness in a turkey as is, you want to pair something with relatively LOW acidity, something that wets your mouth.
Depending on your level of sweetness you can do a couple of different things. If you don’t mind something with a little honey to it, a Gewurztraminer is delicious with Turkey. As you most likely have some sweet cranberry sauce, pairing with a wine with a touch of sweetness will be no detriment to your dining experience. The Sage winery of BC actually puts out a kick ass Gewurztraminer that is infused with Sage, as in the spice. It’s totally different and not for everyone, and at a price point of the upper 20’s only available at specialty wine stores it might be taking a risk but those that love it, LOVE IT.. For something a little more classic, the German Valckenberg, Alsacian Pfaffenheim, and a variety of BC (Cedar Creek, Gray Monk, See Ya Later) can all be used. For a dryer white experience go with a Chardonnay, and don’t tell me your not a Chardonnay drinker. Most people who don’t like Chardonnay don’t like OAKED Chardonnay. For those that do like big buttery oaked Chard’s, BC’s Thornhaven and Noble Ridge (specialty stores), will do the trick. The more expensive and unoaked Joie from BC is drool worthy melony grapefruit deliciousness. And for those on a budget, Jacob’s Creek from Australia or Cono Sur products from Chile will do the trick. If you don’t know if it’s oaked or unoaked, read the back.
Just because National Vodka Day (October 4) is over until next year, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a tasty cocktail. To close out our EFFEN Vodka week here on Homorazzi.com, we thought we’d share more recipes from each of their flavors- Black Cherry, Cucumber and their signature regular flavor. Hope you’ve enjoyed our daily chatter featuring EFFEN Vodka. We truly do love the Dutch vodka and hope you do as well. If you’re looking for more recipes, be sure to click on our “Related Links” at the end of this post. It’ll take you to all the daily recipes from the past week. Hope everyone has a great relaxing weekend and remember to drink responsibly.
2 parts EFFEN® Black Cherry Vodka
2 parts Fresh Lemon Sour
1 part Cranberry Juice
3 parts maraschino cherries
3 parts seltzer
Method: In a tall glass combine ingredients except for seltzer and stir very well. Fill with ice, top with seltzer and stir again. Garnish with a lemon wheel and mint sprig.
It’s finally here. National Vodka Day has arrived. In anticipation of this tasty “holiday”, we’ve been sharing recipes from EFFEN Vodka since Monday. From their EFFEN Cucumber Vodka and EFFEN Black Cherry Vodka to their regular flavor, designer cocktail recipes featuring the Dutch vodka have been posted daily. Since today is the BIG day, we thought we’d get a bit fancier and get all infused. Make sure to take a load off today and celebrate this very special day. Remember to drink responsibly.
1 1/2 parts Lavender infused EFFEN® Vodka
1 part Lime Juice
1 part Simple Syrup
3 Fresh Blueberries
Method: In a mixing glass, muddle fresh blueberries. Add remaining ingredients and shake with ice. Strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with lavender.
EFFEN® Vodka Lavender Infusion: Infuse 4 ounces dried lavender with 16 ounces EFFEN Vodka for 4-7 days.
It’s hump day and what better way to celebrate the middle of the week than with a nice refreshing cocktail. For the past two days, I’ve shared drink recipes featuring EFFEN Vodka’s flavored choices. Today, I thought a couple recipes using the Dutch brand’s regular vodka would be a great option for those who aren’t fans of flavored vodkas. If you’ve enjoyed our EFFEN Vodka week leading up to National Vodka Day tomorrow, wait til you see tomorrow’s tasty treats. Delicious!!! Without further ado, check out these drink recipes to enjoy tonight. Remember to drink responsibly.
1 ½ parts EFFEN® Vodka
¾ parts Lime Juice
¾ parts Ginger Syrup
1 dash Bitters
5 Mint leaves
Method: Muddle mint, lime juice and ginger syrup, add to a cocktail shaker with the vodka over ice and shake. Strain and pour into a tall glass with ice and ginger beer. Garnish with mint sprig.