For this edition of Weekly Catch, we got what you have come to expect – model, fashion and men’s corner news. We also got a special update from The Hamptons with some cooking tips from Camila Alves, a new campaign from Tiffany & Co. and lots of cars – fast and functional.
Grab your coffee and read on…
Fronts Portuguese Jewellery’s campaign, which features various Portuguese brands, including Eleutério, Leitão & Irmão, Luísa Rosas, Mimata, Monseo and Rare Jewellery.
Teamed up with Texas chef Tim Love to share recipes on NBC’s Today Show, in honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday (or good for any fall day). Tim showed how to make a shaved vegetable and squash salad with apple walnut vinaigrette while Camila ran through her recipe for acorn squash with brown butter and honey.
Lindsay Ellingson and Karlie Kloss
Were among those in attendance for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum‘s International Gala Pre-Party, which was sponsored by Dior and hosted by the museum’s Young Collectors Council on Wednesday. Marion Cotillard, Alexa Chung and Julia Restoin Roitfeld were also at the event.
Celebrated her 31st birthday on Tuesday. Happy Birthday, Lily!
Tiffany & Co.
Showcased its Return To Tiffany Love collection in a very trendy way. The American brand enlisted model Mica Arganaraz, along with photographer Daniel Jackson with stylist Alastair McKimm.
Shop the Above: tiffany.com.
Is ready for the holidays! And, they want you to be too. The brand enlisted models Karolin Wolter, Anais Mali, Maggie Rizer, Mathilde Brand, Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Shiki Rodriguez, Ben Shaul, Mathias Lauridsen, Aubree Estrella, Nathaniel Dam, Nate Gil and Janis Ancens for the campaign that was captured by Gregory Harris.
Shop the Above: bananarepublic.gap.com.
Hamptons Inspires Australia
“‘With our climate, coastal backdrop and relaxed lifestyle, Hamptons-style interiors are a perfect fit for WA [West Australia] homes,’ according to Jill O’Donoghue, interior stylist at The Furniture Gallery.”
“’The Hamptons style is so beloved around the world and particularly in WA, as this timeless decorating style never goes out of fashion,’ she said…”
Read more at The Western Australian.
The Grand Tour
Debuted on Amazon Prime Video and reunited Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. We won’t give any spoilers away, but we can say the iconic American muscle car of the Ford Mustang makes an appearance…
And, it’s true, after watching this ourselves – it is MD-approved!
Watch now at amazon.com.
Jay Leno and Patrick Dempsey
Headed out to Willow Springs Raceway to drive the 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 and the 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS to showcase the evolution of the sports car. With Jay’s passion for cars and Patrick’s own passion for driving them – he raced in 24 Hours of Le Mans race, Rolex 24 at Daytona and American Le Mans Series, among others, you can bet this was a nicely paired combo on the track.
Read more at monstersandcritics.com.
“Land Rover displayed publicly and for the first time in the U.S., the all-new Discovery in Venice, California, ahead of its LA Auto Show debut, alongside the brand’s latest lifestyle gear for activities like surfing, boating, cycling and fitness.”
“The new Discovery is based on Land Rover’s lightweight aluminum construction, which helps it cut approximately 1,000 lbs from the weight of the outgoing LR4. It still offers room for seven, thanks to the (optional) third row of seats.”
Read more at carscoops.com.
Florida Surfer Dana Brown
Passed away. According to AP, the 60-year-old surfer was paddling near the Huntington Beach pier near sunset on 6 November when he was slammed into a pier pillar. He was underwater for several minutes before other surfers saw him and towed him to shore, according to a GoFundMe page set up to help pay for his funeral expenses.
He died at a hospital four days later.
Brown lived in a van with his father, George.
Racheal Katz met them about four years ago in Cocoa Beach, Florida. “Dana and his dad were innocent,” she told the Los Angeles Times. “You don’t see innocent people any more, and you definitely don’t find innocent 60-year-olds.”
Until next week…