The Museum of Useful Things
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by Ida Hsiang
Imagine your breakfast with a perfectly toasted bagel, a little strawberry cream cheese and a cold glass of orange juice. Nothing toasts like a Magimix by Robot-Coupe Vision Toaster. Made from durable stainless steel, this toaster is unlike any other. It features glass viewing windows that allow you to watch the toasting process and achieve toasting perfection. Four quartz heating elements, four preprogrammed heat settings and extra wide slots make toasting all different types of bread effortless. The bagel setting toasts just one side, as a bagel should be toasted. Other settings include toast, reheat and defrost. Choose a setting or simply push the stop button when your toast is browned just the way you like it. Built to last for 30,000 uses, you'll never have to purchase another toaster again. The Magimix by Robot-Coupe Vision Toaster is available at Williams-Sonoma and retails for around $250.
by Ida Hsiang
Prada's Spring/Summer 2011 collection, which showed in Milan last September, has been all over the red carpet. Fourteen-year-old True Grit star Hailee Steinfeld wore a full length version of one of Miuccia's standout pieces: the orange, pink and black gown to the SAG awards, inspiring Vogue's Andre Leon Talley to call her the 'best dressed of the night' insisting 'she didn't try too hard.'Magazine editors seem to agree as the gown has been earning mileage traveling from Europe to Asia to North America and back, gracing the covers of Harper's Bazaar Singapore February 2011, Elle Magazine April 2011, Harper's Bazaar UK July 2011, Flare May 2011, Elle BelgiÃ«'s May 2011 issue, InStyle UK June 2011, on everyone from Claudia Schiffer to Amanda Seyfried. Even funny girl Tina Fey tried on the striped dress in InStyle and as part of an editorial in Harper's Bazaar Korea.See more by clicking over to our friends at StyleList!