The LuxuryLaunches editor Vivien, has chosen the four most stylish iPhone X cases ever.
These luxurios iPhone X cases money could buy are of Fendi, Louis Vuitton and Gucci.
Lets look at the best iPhone X Cases
Vivien has chosen for us.
Studded Leather iPhone X Crossbody Case – Fendi
Pastel pink iPhone X case from Fendi. Leather and has pyramid studs resembling a purse clasp
Louis Vuitton Eye Trunk iPhone X case
LV iPhone X case is just like Louis Vuitton trunk and available in traditional Monogram Canvas. Stylish thanks to its functional lock – price on request.
Guccy Moon & Stars iPhone X Case
With the famous Sega font you’d remember from the 80’s the Guccy iPhone X case from Gucci stands out with its pink color and graphic designs– $450
FENDI – Flocked leather iPhone X case
With double F logo, two neutral colors, camel and black, this luxurious FENDI iPhone case is made from leather while the logos are from black velvet. Just for £320.
How you think famous singers who passed away at the early ages would look like if today, they were still away?
Talented celebrities from the
27 club (who died at the very same age of 27) like Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain and Janis Joplin and other famous singers’ photos were restored and manipulated by Sachs Media Group and Phojoe.
And the results are as you see below.
How would celebrities look like if the aged?
A tribute to the 27 club and those who died at a young age.
Please scroll down to see.
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Here are how different prisons look like from different countries of the world.
Some are in poor conditions, some are in a way that you’d commit some crime in order to stay in.
Do you know how many people are being held in prisions?
Over 10.35 million individuals.
Bored Panda has collected photos of cells from all over the world.
We have chosen
the most interesting prison cells in order to show you how different the penal institutions throughout the world are.
Just scroll down to see more.
Bordeaux Prison, Montreal, Canada
HM Prison Dartmoor, Princetown, England
Rikers Island Prison, New York, United States
Bois D’arcy Detention House, Yvelines, France
El Buen Pastor Women’s Prison, Bogota, Colombia
Neve Tirza, Ramla, Israel
UN Detention Unit, Outside The Hague, Netherlands
Evin Prison, Tehran, Iran
Quezon City Jail, Quezon City, Philippines
Otago Corrections Facility, Milburn, New Zealand
Haiti’s Civil Prison, Arcahaie, Haiti
Oslo’s Skien Prison, Oslo, Norway
Cebu Provincial Detention And Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC), Cebu, Cebu Province, Philippines
The Las Colinas Detention And Reentry Facility, Santee, California
Landsberg Prison, Landsberg Am Lech, Germany
The Maula Prison, Lilongwe, Malawi
Champ-Dollon Prison, Geneva, Switzerland
Penal De Ciudad Barrios, Ciudad Barrios, San Miguel, El Salvador
Black Dolphin Prison, Sol-Iletsk, Russia
HMP Addiewell, Lothian, Scotland
Onomichi Prison, Onomichi, Japan
Norgerhaven Prison, Veenhuizen, Netherlands
Halden Prison, Halden, Norway
San Diego Medium-Security Women’s Prison, Cartagena, Colombia
Luzira Prison, Kampala, Uganda
Aranjuez Prison, Aranjuez, Spain
Photographer Phillip Haumesser reveals how it differs when you work with a professional photographer and an amateur one.
Here is what he says about professional shooting:
“Beginner photographers are always asking me how I find such amazing locations. My answer, open your eyes, they’re all around you. You really don’t have to go anywhere.
This was one of my biggest fears when I first started. I thought I had to have the best locations to have full control over the environment I would be shooting in.
But after a while, I decided to challenge myself and let my clients choose a location. This would force me to find good spots on the spot the day of the session.
That’s when I discovered that almost any location can be a good location, you just have to learn how to see it.
Here are some photos showing what the locations look like and then showing how I see them.”
Good job bro! We wish you take our pictures one day!
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A talented young man, an artist, Kareen Waris Olamilekan (also known as Waspa), an 11-year-old Kid from Lagos, Nigeria, creates life-like hyper-realistic drawings.
He studies at Ayowole Academy of Arts and dreams about seeing his works in a museum one day.
If you are not satisfied with your body please relax and see the series ‘
At the gym: who is looking at whom,’ of Matthew Inman – the mastermind behind The Oatmeal comics.
A little bit offensive and too much of generalization, nevertheless, really funny comics of Inman really hit the internet!
Scroll down to see how every type of a gym-goer thinks when they see the others doing some workout.
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