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Rdio unleashes new lightweight minimalist design

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Design, Internet, Music,

Rdio redesign

We gave you an early look at the New Rdio redesign back in March during SXSW 2012, and then it was released to the masses just last month. Well, we've gotta hand it to the Rdio team, as they continue to improve the design for the enjoyment of the users. Today, Rdio has refined its design again, bringing more white space and a flatter profile to the forefront. The company says that this makes it lighter, brighter, and easier on the eye. What else? Speed improvements. We've been playing with it for a bit over on the Gear Live Rdio channel, and we invite you to do the same. It's good stuff.

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Minimalist Lara Stone

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Health & Beauty, Models, News,

Lara StoneWith her gorgeous, natural looks, it shouldn’t be surprising that only needs half an hour to get ready.

The Dutch supermodel - who was recently named as the new face of Calvin Klein - says her style is very minimal, and while she enjoys getting dressed up for a night out, it doesn’t take her too long.

“I like quite minimalist clothing. I always feel awkward in bright color or prints, although I have been trying to wear more, and it’s really not as bad as I thought. In the evening I like to dress more sexy. I have a few of those really skin-tight little Alaia dresses that I love. It’s only recently that I started to enjoy getting all dressed up for a night out. But I still like to keep it simple. I hardly ever need more than half an hour to get ready.”

Lara stayed true to her style when she married British comedian David Walliams last month in a full-length corseted dress designed by Riccardo Tisci: “It was perfect for me, thanks to Riccardo Tisci, who knows me so well. It was very romantic without being too sweet - and sexy, but in a very simple, understated way. I know it sounds cliche, but I found it timeless. I’m sure I’ll still love it in 50 years. It was perfect.”


Tokyoflash Carries Designer Watches

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Misc. Tech,

Issey Miyake Minimalist WatchTokyoflash, home of the incomprehensible line of wristwatches, will also be including those from Japanese designers for a limited time. We especially like Naoto Fukasawa’s minimalist watch that is more than just your basic timepiece. The site says it is supposed to “resemble the various moods of a human, using the position of the dials and hands.” Available in white or blue, the water-resistant Issey Miyake watch comes with free shipping and carries a price of ¥38,900 ($401.03.)

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