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Retro Mountain


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Designer: Retro Mountain

Categories:  ClothingOutdoor

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Retro Mountain is a modern take on the mad ski suits of the 80s and 90s. Many of the originals are chilly on the cold days, soggy on the wet days and fit like a brightly coloured bin bag (in the coolest possible way!) Retro Mountain has addressed all these issues to create a truly unique and striking yet technical and comfortable range of one piece skiwear.

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Alpine Celebration


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Overview: The two-seater Alpine Celebration coupe features styling inspired by some of Alpine’s greatest models from the past, most notably and obviously the Alpine A110. This influence can be seen in both the front end, where the inset driving lights have been integrated into the design, and at the rear with the distinctive curved and sloping roofline and rear window. Even the wheels have a retro style similar to Alpine models from the ’70s.

The paint scheme of the Alpine Celebration concept also recalls past Alpine models with its gorgeous deep blue complemented by striking orange accents.

Designer: Renault

HTC Six – Concept Smartphone


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Overview: Just add a nine…like sixty-nine…okie enough of my naughty banter now. Back to the point of the HTC Six, a concept phone that is super slim and features an elegant silhouette. Stirring the emotions of “vintage”, the design language on this concept is retro modern.

The specs are detailed on the images, so let’s just appreciate the beautiful lines for now.

Designer: Giorgi Tedoradze

Alpera Tulpar


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Overview: Apera Motors, a young and progressive start-up, has breathed new life into the iconic Beetle to both preserve its heritage and modernize the bug! Based on a VW 1974 Super Beetle platform, the Apera TUPAR’s design reflect the retro look while a twin boxer turbo engine with more than 500 bhp gives drivers way more than just a putter.

Designer: A.Deniz Özbarli