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Maxim October 2016

Maxim, the world's leading men's magazine, delivers an unparalleled luxury experience that celebrates the most beautiful women in the world, thrill-seeking adventures across exotic destinations, world-class sports and entertainment, prestige autos, speed-seeking rides, cutting-edge industry titans, exceptional artists and athletes, the latest gadgets, gear + style—and did we mention... beautiful women?

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I work in a lax business environment, and the dress code mirrors the mentality: “Whatever!” My colleagues never pass the threshold of a button-down and jeans, the CEO wears a tattered Zeppelin concert tee, and I am pretty sure I saw an intern sporting sweats. I have always fancied the Savile Row–esque aesthetic but haven’t dared to don a jacket and tie to the office. Can I rock the three-piece amid a sea of ripped jeans and slouchy flannels? You probably have to decide whether your place of business has no dress code or it has an unspoken code that is “business sloppy.” If it has no dress code, then knock yourself out with a three-piece windowpane suit from Anderson & Sheppard and John Lobb shoes and you’ll be tolerated or…

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forever on vacation

#ForeverOnVacation is my motto, the way I see life, and I share a lot of what inspires me on social media through my hashtag. For me, the ultimate luxury is enjoying what I do. I firmly believe you should only do what you love. Work should be fun! They say when you do what you love, you don’t really ever work a day in your life. Here are a few of the things that I think can make everyday life more pleasant. Ultimately, when you do what you love, you’re Forever on Vacation! “Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” —Steve Jobs I’m grateful to Steve Jobs for my iPhone and laptop, but as…

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in vino veritas

If you’re going to drink like a billionaire, you have to drink Italian wine. No glass so ably matches the lusty flavors of Italian cuisine, be it the blissful combination of a piercing friulano with creamy burrata or a Barbaresco with a steaming plate of buttered pasta and shaved Alba truffles. We all know the likes of prosecco, pinot grigio and Chianti, any of which can be deeply gratifying when well made, but this is just the tip of the tiramisu that is Italian wine. With more than 300 grapes and a dizzying number of wine regions, it is the wine world’s crazy quilt of complexity. The good news is that this prevents even most experts from becoming experts on Italian wine, which takes the pressure off—and makes it that much…

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winning the watch

Purchasing a Rolex has long been a rite of passage for successful men everywhere, often the first step toward building a collection worthy of passing down. But an even more select group wear the rarest Rolexes of all on their wrists—watches no amount of money can buy. These are the world’s top guns in gentlemanly pursuits like sailing, motor racing, exploring and equestrianism, who have won the watch in competition, purely on skill and merit. From a distance, the timepieces might not look that different from what you’d find in a high-end jewelry shop, but turn the watch over and its true character is revealed: the official engraving on the caseback, and especially the magic word, “Winner.” These prizes are presented in Rolex’s signature dark green leather box, customized with scenes…

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vintage sole

This year, the legendary cobblers of Moreschi celebrate 70 years of fine Italian shoemaking, a legacy that began in the northern village of Vigevano in 1946 with Mario Moreschi and continues to this day in the very same town with his son, CEO GianBeppe Moreschi. But it took a chance meeting between Moreschi’s grandson, Mario, and winemaking nobleman Marchese Piero Antinori in an Umbrian castle for the company to alight more recently on what it calls “the diamond of its collection.” The resulting collaboration, a rarefied Francesine lace-up called the Moreschi 1946 Guado al Tasso Limited Edition, is a shoe that represents the union of two pillars of Italian excellence. Crafted from full-grain calfskin that’s been aged for over 36 months, each 1946 is hand-dyed with vinacce, or crushed and concentrated…

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ooh la la

Dallas Cowboys fans always used to say the roof of the Cowboys stadium opened so God could watch his favorite team. Maybe God wanted a peek inside Ferrari’s ultimate road car, too. The 218-mph, 949-horsepower hybrid-electric LaFerrari will soon be available with a removable roof. If there was ever a problem with the original $1.4 million V-12 coupe, unveiled in 2013, it wasn’t the hard top but the fact that Ferrari only made 499 of them. The cars were snapped up by the lucky few—people like singer Sammy Hagar and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay—before they even officially went on sale, leaving many disappointed customers. To ease their pain, Ferrari announced the release of an open-air spider version of the LaFerrari this fall, which will likely be produced in a limited run…