INTRODUCING THE RESERVOIR X THE RAKE & REVOLUTION HYDROSPHERE BRONZE 'MALDIVES EDITION'
The Rake & Revolution celebrates the launch of our upcoming first physical retail shop in the Maldives (early 2021) with the Reservoir Hydrosphere Bronze 'Maldives Edition'. When the opportunity arose to create a special edition watch with Reservoir, it was without hesitation that we asked for it to be on the Hydrosphere platform. And as it turns out, we had the perfect theme. We will be opening our first physical retail shop, in the Maldives in the beginning of 2021. To celebrate our launch in this diving and water sports mecca, we decided with Reservoir to create a very special version of the Hydrosphere — one that evokes the sun as it dips into the water. The setting sun is a promise that it will rise once again tomorrow, bringing with it a brand new day. It symbolises the beginning of 2021, a year that we know will bring a renewal of hope, optimism and prosperity to the world.
Originally published in Issue 42 of The Rake, James Medd writes that whilst the seventies was the decade of economic and social unrest, it was also the golden age of the nightclub, when fashion, music and art came together to create a lifestyle so desirable it needed a strict door policy at all times.
It's a strange time right now for men and their sartorial choices, with many working from home, travel off the cards and not much dressing up to look forward to. However one thing is for sure, you can't leave the house without pants. On that note, we've selected an edit of styles from our end of season Sale that will serve you well for the present and for when the glory days return.
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Today, 790 million people — 11 percent of the world's population — live without access to clean water. Two years ago, XPrize , an international nonprofit organization, announced a global competition enticing innovators to find a sustainable and affordable way to bring potable water to those who aren't privileged enough to have it now. Skeptics told the competition organizers that it was impossible. Nearly 100 submissions later, and XPrize found precisely what they were looking for — entrepreneurs who could design a minimalistic device that could reliably extract 2,000 liters of water from the atmosphere per day for no more than two cents per liter all using 100 percent renewable energy. Read more... More about Environment , Water , Climate Change , Xprize , and Water Crisis from Mashable https://mashable.com/article/xprize-water-competition-winner/ via IFTTT