Monday, March 7, 2011


I'm picky with my belts and view them as an accessory -- not a technological indulgence -- so I wouldn't buy the Roland Iten belt buckle made for Bugatti (pretending I could afford it in the first place) but the technology is fun and unique. Found on Luxist, the website claims the buckle is made to "preserve the life of the belt, to offer smooth operation, and micro-flexibility in size and adjustment." With 100 parts featuring 18k white gold with 18k rose gold accents, the price is TBA but other belts by Rolan Iten run upwards of $25,000, making a regular designer belt seem like chump change.

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