Lexus Says You Need These Things Along On an RX Trip

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Photo: Lexus Magazine
Well, you know, Lexus recently got through an identity crisis and starting with 2013, the luxury automaker is oriented more towards the young customer segment. This can be seen not only in its vehicle nonconformist designs but also in its attitude, launching youthful commercials sprinkled with new-age music and neat things as well as getting more interested by art and minimalism. Definitely ways in attracting hipsters at least.
As with other automakers, Lexus is also trying to align customers' lifestyle with its new ideology regarding design and fashion. And how else than through clothing and other accessories. Some great, other a bit pointless regarding the places you'll expose them to others.

For example, check out this list of 20 items you might need to take along on a far away from city journey with a Lexus RX, a crossover designed for adventure, in which you may want to showoff you're fancying the bohemian lifestyle.

Let's say you have rented a remote cabin somewhere in Scotland, a perfect place to escape the city life, breathe fresh air and sit by the fire, read and meditate about life.

The population density there may probably be at around 40 humans per square kilometer or less, but nonetheless, they need to know you're not a peasant despite the fact you're already traveling in style with an RX.

So, when arriving you should make a nice impression by wearing a pair of Sanderson boots, a Hackett men's Parka and have all your belonging packed in a stylish Mismo handbag. Of course, your beloved half can't look like an Amish farm girl, so make sure she's wearing Bally boots, a Begg Scotland scarf and an Eugenia Kim hat.

The cabin you rented might have been looted recently so you should bring your own Iittala mugs, Noda Horo coffee pot, Fog Linen tray and maybe a Damson & Slate blanket to keep you warm.

Since the main activity in such location will be lightning up a fire to cook or keep the house warm for your love reading the Little Book of Log Cabins by William S. Wicks while wearing a cozy pair of Anonymous ISM socks, don't forget to put in the trunk a Kate Triedden basket to carry wood in it it, a Best Made Company ax and a pair of Want Les Essentiels De La Vie gloves.

In your spare time, entertaining can be assured by a Heritage vintage-looking radio and a Conran Shop backgammon set. However, after you cut all that wood and made a huge fire, don't forget to take a bath using Aesop products, after which you should definitely wear Byredo fragrance. The lady will already be damp from you manliness and soon you'll forget the amount of cash spent on all the trip.

Story and photos via Lexus Magazine
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