To quote Madonna (something I’m not particularly fond of), “We are living in a material world.” To help you figure out which of the millions of material goods swirling around us is worth spending your hard-earned cash on, we have put together The Want List, consisting of the items we really love this week.
There is no shortage of apps out there that improve your photos. What sets Priime apart is that the filters are created by some of the world’s top photographers. The app suggests which filter to use based on the colors in the image and you can batch edit pictures. It also preserves a history of your changes so it’s easy to back your way out if you overdo it.
QUICKDRAW 300-DLX VAPORIZER
No matter what you’re trying to vaporize, the QuickDraw 300-DLX can handle it. You can easily switch between dry herb, liquid, and extract and the vaporizer will recognize the material and heat it to the precise temperature needed to create the most flavorful vapor. The sleek design also comes in five colors.
From $184,900, cars.mclaren.com
An entry level McLaren is different than the bottom-of-the-line offerings of other automakers. The 570S, revealed at the New York International Auto Show and the first in its Sports Series line, may not be a supercar you’re used to seeing from McLaren but it is still damn powerful. The 570s has a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, puts out 562 horsepower, and goes from 0-62 in 3.2 seconds.
PARABELLUM MEDICINE BALLS
Medicine balls are one of the most effective tools that you can use to boost your workout. But luxe they are not. Parabellum’s medicine balls are wrapped in luscious leather sourced from the shoulder of free range bison and come in a myriad of different colors. There are two sizes, a large 85 cm ball and smaller, 40 cm ball.
Y-3 D ROSE 5
When looking at this sneaker, try not to think about Derrick Rose’s never ending string of injuries. Instead notice the brilliance that came when fashion designer Yohji Yahmamoto focused his attention on Rose’s signature shoe. Under his Adidas sub-label Y-3, Yamamoto drew military inspiration and wrapped the D Rose 5 in a leather-accented sheath. The result is a stylish “fashion sneaker” that would still fit right in on the court.