Television star Ed O’Neill was flanked by co-stars past and present when he was presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday.
Christina Applegate and Katey Sagal, who played O’Neill’s daughter and wife on the long-running comedy series “Married with Children,” and Sofia Vergara, Nolan Gould, Rico Rodriguez, Ariel Winter, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet — his on-screen kin in his current sitcom “Modern Family” — attended the ceremony
O’Neill’s was the 2,446th star unveiled in the television category.
Land Rover has announced the unveiling of an all-new Defender concept, the DC100, scheduled for the Frankfurt Motor Show. Intended as a modern take on the classic Land Rover Defender, the DC100 isn’t a production ready concept, as Land Rover has confirmed that a new Defender model won’t be launched until 2015. We don’t know much about the vehicle at present, and as Director of Design Gerry McGovern puts it, the concept represents “the beginning of a four-year journey to design a relevant Defender for the 21st century.” Judging from the preliminary image, it appears the Defender is about to undergo a thorough makeover.
Toronto-based Alexander Froese is a recent graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design, and creates artwork with a distinct, comedic aesthetic entirely his own.
Next to the special color combination, the Fendi monogram logo appears on the wheels and is also stitched into the leather seats of the car. Upon opening the doors, a Fendi logo will be looking at you, placed on the bottom of the door frame in silver. Inside you will find a special numbered placket hinting at the collaboration. If you want to see the car live, you will have to go to the Frankfurt Auto show in September.
The legendary Hotel Bel-Air, owned by the Sultan of Brunei’s Dorchester Collection, is set to re-open in October after a two-year, multimillion-dollar renovation that will bring the iconic property into the 21st century including a posh Presidential Suite.
The famed Spanish Colonial architecture splashed in “Bel-Air Pink” will remain, while a new interpretation of timelessness is reflected through different design themes, from American mid-century modern to the glamorous decades of the 1930s, 40s and 50s conveyed in a “fresh, youthful and elegant” manner.
Bel-Air Hotel Los Angeles – link
One way to do that, according to this Dutch ad, is to drive a Hyundai Velostar. Or, more accurately, to be a backseat passenger. That’s because the model has three doors instead of four and the back row door opens on the driver’s side, Ad agency Fitzroy makes the point well. Maybe too well. The ad was supposedly banned most likely for being too graphic
Introducing the Burton x StarterJackets, outerwears that fully exemplified the American sportswear tradition. In the classic Startersatin with embroidered graphics, at least in appearance, the jackets’ construct is typical Burton, with taped-seams, adjustable cuffs, articulated sleeves, handwarmer pockets, life pass pocket, and3M Thinsulate insulation. Available in 4 different graphics and colorways of True Black, Stout White, Astro Turf, and Cardinal