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ENSEMBLE Riva 63’ Virtus 1 PRICE: D18.62 CR.


and vivacious Italian styling, Riva’s fusion of wood panelling with cutting- edge materials makes their boats the envy of most. The 63’ Virtus follows in this tradition with sociability at the centre of its offering, boasting of being the largest open yacht produced by the shipyard with two large sundecks, a spacious salon and even three sofas packed into the cockpit. Twin 1360mhp MAN 12V engines afford it a top speed of 40 knots. Signature teak flooring and oak trimmings, beds with a leather-stitching finish and stainless- steel details both on the inside and out complete its luxe, modern feel. ORDERS AT: INFO@MARINESOLUTIONS.IN


GUCCI SOFT STIRRUP BAG


A classic and distinctive handbag says as much about the woman who carries it as does her choice of designer wear. In a sea of Louis


In a sea of Louis Vuitton and Coach handbags, Gucci


handbags, Gucci holds it own with its signature Soſt St


signature Soſt Stirrup bag. Fashioned on a timeless 19


on a timeless 1975 rigid-frame design, the Stirrup echo


the Stirrup echoes Gucci’s equestrian roots with its buckles


ern 3 PRICE: ON REQUEST NOVEMBER 2012 4 sk


oots with its elegant stirrup-shaped buckles and clasps. It’s a roomy


and


In the world of motor yachts, Riva’s supremacy in carving pure pieces of seafaring art is second to none. Combining the cachet of yesteryear Hollywood celebrity (ubiquitous in the marinas at Cannes and Los Angeles)


roomy shoulder bag, but its exter exterior python-scale pat- tern in warm tones of cocoa and carmine is pure chic. Ava Available in washed calf- skin and nubuck, and in exotic skins like python, ostrich and crocodile, the Stirrup is part of Gucci’s Pre-Fall 2012 collection.


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PRICE: D2,50,000 CARAVAN STYLE & LIVING | 33


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