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These 100-percent silk, handmade automotive-inspired face masks are also pocket squares

The Outlierman is offering a variety of face masks in automotive-inspired prints.

Photo courtesy of The Outlierman

Artisans in Como, Italy are busy handcrafting automotive-inspired face masks for clientele of The Outlierman.

Each non-medical face covering is made of several layers of 100 percent silk out and features some of the company's most popular designs including the Gentleman Driver, World Beater and Vintage Race. Each mask has been incorporated with a one-time use medical filter. Additional filters are available via third-party sites unaffiliated with the company.

The Outlierman silk face mask The face masks are made of 100 percent silk.Photo courtesy of The Outlierman

When face masks are no longer the vogue thing to do, the fasciae mask transforms into a pocket square for style longevity.

Andrea Mazzuca, founder of The Outlierman, said: "Following our successful reopening last week, I'm delighted to be able to launch our first new product for several months, after lots of demand and enquiries from our customers.

"I'm very happy that we are able to fulfil our customers' needs with a non-medical face covering that allows them to still embrace the spirit of being a gentleman driver, whilst using a comfortable product that also encapsulates some of our most notable designs."

Each face mask has stretchy ear loops and an adjustable wire nose fitting. They are washable and reusable. Washing instructions include cleansing the mask in hot water with detergent or dry cleaning. Owners are advised not to iron the product.

The face masks join an extensive lineup of accessories offered by The Outlierman including driving gloves, ties, bow ties, pocket squares, braces, scarves, and foulard. The company also sells a number of bag styles: weekender, trolley, duffle, and backpack. There are also document and travel cases.

The Outlierman silk face mask When you're done using them as a face mask, they can be changed over to a packet square.Photo courtesy of The Outlierman

The Outlierman sells the masks in a set of three for €75.

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Two new lifestyle products carry the Bentley name and deliver in-car audio experiences to out-the-vehicle time.

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A long-standing collaboration has resulted in two new audio system products. A Naim for Bentley Mu-so Special Edition wireless speaker for the home and the new Focal for Bentley Radiance headphones bring the high-quality sound of a Bentley vehicle audio system outside the vehicle.

"Bentley and Naim are celebrating the 12th year of a successful partnership founded on unrivalled quality and a passion to create the ultimate customer experience. The world's most powerful in-car sound system available in the market heightens Bentley's extraordinary drive with music that speaks to the heart. The new Mu-so system extends that experience and enjoyment from our cars to the home, delivering peerless sound performance and enhancing the lifestyle of Bentley's discerning customers," said Chris Craft, Bentley Member of the Board for Sales and Marketing.

Bentley Naim Focal audio The headphones will set you back £1,199 .Photo courtesy of Bentley Motors

Both products are distinctively Bentley in style and feature interior and exterior styling aspects of a number of Bentley vehicles including the Bentley Mulliner Bacalar and EXP 100 GT. The products both have a recurring lattice pattern that is inspired by the diamond shapes of Bentley's seat quilting.

Bentley Motors and Naim Audio have been associated since 2008. Their teams work together to optimize vehicle and audio system design to deliver a high-quality experience for owners. The new Radiance headphones are the debut collaboration between Bentley and Focal.

"Bentley, Naim and Focal share an enthusiasm for innovation, dedication to engineering excellence and a true passion that drives our respective areas of expertise. There is also a collective desire to honour proudly held heritage principles, blending them with cutting-edge technologies to define new benchmarks in premium performance and customer experience," says Charlie Henderson, Managing Director of Naim Audio.

Bentley Naim Focal audio The subtle speaker design has design characteristics that are synonymous with the Bentley brand.Photo courtesy of Bentley Motors

The Naim for Bentley Mu-so Special Edition can be pre-ordered now via shop.bentleymotors.com for £1,799 the Focal for Bentley Radiance headphones can be pre-ordered for £1,199. Orders for both are expected to be fulfilled in the second-half of October.

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U.S. Ski & Snowboard Cross Country athlete and 2018 gold medalist Jesse Diggins took a Land Rover Defender out on the trails at the Center in Vermont this week.

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With social distancing and fun in focus, Land Rover Experience Centers across the U.S. have reopened. The schools are located at Quail Lodge in Carmel, California; Equinox Resort in Manchester, Vermont; and the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.

Each experience continues to offer adventurous off-road drive experiences in Land Rover vehicles, including the new Land Rover Defender. However, there are changes regarding how the programs operate. Expert instructor coaching will no longer be in-vehicle, but rather delivered via lead follow 2-way radio communication, hand signals, and ground marshaling.

Land Rover will also provide all guests with face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer upon arrival and all vehicles will be fully sanitized after each Experience. In addition, temperature checks will be conducted for staff members daily, and for guests prior to each experience.

Land Rover Teen Driver Experience The Experience Centers offer off-road driving instruction for teens and adults.Photo courtesy of Land Rover

"We are thrilled to be able to reopen our Land Rover Experience Centers throughout the U.S. The wellbeing of our guests and staff is at the center of the extensive health and safety guidelines we have put in place at each location," said Michael Curmi, Director, Brand Experience, Jaguar Land Rover North America. "We are especially excited for guests to experience the Centers' latest addition, the new 2020 Land Rover Defender."

U.S. Ski & Snowboard Cross Country athlete and 2018 gold medalist Jesse Diggins was among the first to take advantage of the school reopening, taking a new Defender out at Equinox Lodge earlier this week.

"Visiting the Land Rover Experience driving school and getting behind the wheel of the new Defender was an awesome experience," said Land Rover Ambassador Jessie Diggins. "As an athlete, I also take health and safety very seriously, and the team at the Land Rover Experience did an outstanding job with their COVID-19 procedures and made me feel very comfortable. It was such a fun experience and it certainly expanded my driving abilities."

Experiences at the centers range from one hour to full day, and start at $275. Available packages include Half Day, Full Day, and Heritage Experiences. Each experience takes advantage of the expertise of certified Land Rover Experience Instructors, who demonstrate the full capabilities of the brand's latest SUV vehicles across a variety of terrains including water crossings, muddy ruts and rock crawls, all redesigned to be entirely outdoors.

New for the season is the "Bring Your Own Vehicle Experience", a half-day program where participants can explore the Center trails in their own Land Rover vehicles. Guests will also have the opportunity to drive the most capable Land Rover ever produced with the addition of the Defender to the Centers.

For more information visit www.landroverusa.com/experience.

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