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Published: Oct 29, 2015 06:40:24 AM IST
Updated: Oct 19, 2015 03:52:23 PM IST


Business class
The Inca Collection of business travel accessories from Carlton is made of pure crunch leather, with each bag designed to ensure durability and maximum use of space. Available in classic tan, the bags have all the essentials for work-related travel: padded laptop compartments, organisation compartments, zip pockets and document dividers.

Coming to India

Nissan is finally set to launch its halo car in India. The GT-R, or Godzilla as it’s reverently known, is a legend worldwide and should do well for Nissan in India as well. The GT-R has a twin turbo 3.8-litre V6 petrol motor. A six-speed dual clutch transmission sends power to all four wheels. The GT-R boasts brutal acceleration and a top speed of over 310 kmph. The GT-R is likely to cost around Rs 1.5 crore when it goes on sale between November and December this year.



Wear your art on your sleeve

To commemorate the 125th anniversary of the death of Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh, Jaeger-LeCoultre and the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam present a limited edition of the Reverso à Eclipse watch featuring Van Gogh’s iconic Sunflowers on the dial. Painted in 1889, the original Sunflowers canvas dates from the final period in Van Gogh’s life and is owned by the Van Gogh Museum.

The Tama Table is an example of a sublime sculpture with flowing lines and discreet sophistication. Made of solid burnt oak, marble, steel and powder-coated bronze, the workspace table has been designed by EOOS (a team of Austrian designers) for Walter Knoll. /

(Coming to India, courtesy Overdrive; Centrepiece, courtesy Better Interiors)

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