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One should never be without
Providing you’ve somewhere to moor it, bit of a necessity for any budding money-touting playboy, really. Pretty much as good as luxury yachts come, Luca Brenta’s 37m yacht is rather special. Well, for anyone with disposable income that’d rival a western African nation. Serious money aside, seriously cool.

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A car for the motoring aficionado
One very boss Mercedes-Benz 300 SL. Totally boss. As cool as any Italian vintage from the era.

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Where we’d rather be right now
Portofino - where else? George Clooney style, obviously. And with the token two-person water-faring vessel.

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One woman we’d love to court
'Immaculately bottomed', personified: Candice Swanepoel's rather peachy - outrageous, even - behind. About as good as they get, really. The kind of thing that brings tears to one's eyes. Kind of like an onion.

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One should never be without
A respectable repertoire of gentlemenly beverages. And, no, we’re not talking spritzers. Picked up this last week: The Gentlemen’s Guide To Cocktails. Author Alfred Tong’s veritably retro collection is bang on, in our opinion. Worth the stretch. And very Mad Men, we know. Essential if one’s to know his Old Fashioned from a Tom Collins.

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Get-ups we like
Loving this pocket square. How cool is it?! It’s the black-trimmed edge that makes it. Dig the the jacket’s bluish hues and texture, too. Veritably Connery. Back in the day, obviously.

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One woman we’d love to court
If only because of her rather smashing taste in undergarmentry.

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Where we’d rather be right now
Swilling martinis in the pool at Las Ventanas al Paraiso Resort, Mexico. The business, apparently.

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Celebrity connoisseurs of style
Ewan McGregor. Huge fans of the once-trainspotting Scot. Not necessarily the most in-your-face chap in terms of gentish style, but always has loads of yesteryear presence. This shot a case in point. Looking forward to seeing him alongside the ravishing Naomi Watts in forthcoming release The Impossible.

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One woman we’d love to court
The obvious aside - think ‘support’ - we’re rather smitten with this particularly lavish, rather tall brunette. Call us crazy, but most certainly a keeper. Beautifully shot, by the way.

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