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PenSee Fashion Horned Rim Rectangular Eye Glasses Frames Clear Lens (Black) $16.00

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Joopin Fashion Women Metal Frame Cat Eye Sunglasses Classic Brand Designer Mirror Flat Panel Lens UV400 Coating Sunglasses (Gold Frame Pink Lens) $12.99

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JOJO'S SECRET Half Frame Women Cat Eye Sunglasses Brand Designer Fashion Eyewear JS037 (White/Grey, 2.6) $9.99

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AEVOGUE Sunglasses For Women Cat Eye Frame Metal Temple Brand Designer AE0269 (Hawksbill&Brown, 57) $10.99

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Liansan Brand Designer Unisex Eyeglasses Frames Men Women Clear Lens Lmo-017 (purple frame) $19.99

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[10/14/17, via WWD]
Eyewear Players Sharpen Focus on Well-being, Sports At the recent 50th anniversary edition of eyewear trade show Silmo — held Oct. 6 to Oct. 9 at Villepinte in the north of Paris — Safilo Group showcased the new Lowdown Focus frame from its performance eyewear brand Smith, billed as the first brain [...]

whatcomtalk.com [10/30/17, via whatcomtalk.com]
Don't Miss Binyon Vision Center's Upcoming Anne & Valentin Trunk Show Binyon offers top-notch vision care, but they also offer an extensive, thoughtful selection of eyewear brands and styles – and a belief that the right frames can be fun and confidence-building. Binyon Vision Center is excited to offer the incredible [...]

The Statesman [11/06/17, via The Statesman]
Tips on buying trendy sunglasses They also say that polarised glasses provide best visual clarity. They are said to protect your eyes not only when you are out in the sun, but even under water and in snowy weather. Avoid fake sunglasses: Buy quality sunglasses of better known brands [...]

The National (blog) [10/17/17, via The National (blog)]
Alana and Marielle bring Hadid eyewear to the UAE She has also collaborated with other fashion brands in the past, and explains that she has always been drawn to eyewear – especially vintage frames. “I own about 100 pairs, but I don't wear all of them. I keep them in vintage cases like the ones you [...]

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Concord Camera Corp. (NASDAQ: LENS) was a camera manufacturer based in the United States. It produced primarily Affordable Cameras for consumer use under many brands. The majority of Concord products were produced in China
Concord produced digital, 35mm and single use cameras. For example, the Concord 3045 camera is a 3.1 megapixel digital camera that was manufactured by Concord. It manufactured digital cameras mainly under its own Concord eye-Q range. Its single use and film cameras were sold under the Polaroid brand.
Concord also produced framing and photo storage solutions under its Frame and Store brand. This range included frames, photo cds and negative storage solutions.
Concord sold its image capture products worldwide through sales and distribution offices in...

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Companies and Their Brands Companies and Their Brands
2016
ISBN
Plunkett's Retail Industry Almanac 2009 Plunkett's Retail Industry Almanac 2009
Published by Plunkett Research, Ltd. 2008
ISBN 9781593921392,159392139X
652 pages
Plunkett's Engineering & Research Industry Almanac 2008 Plunkett's Engineering & Research Industry Almanac 2008
Published by Plunkett Research, Ltd. 2008
ISBN 9781593921118,159392111X
708 pages
Plunkett's Health Care Industry Almanac 2008 Plunkett's Health Care Industry Almanac 2008
Published by Plunkett Research, Ltd. 2007
ISBN 9781593920968,1593920962
709 pages

Week 6 Site Analysis

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Urban Influence has a very visual-based UI experience. I think the video in the background is eye-catching and makes the user feel like they’re already involved in the company. I also love the living vector art on the brands page. I personally LOVE the Wood Shed project. the aesthetic of the project is exactly what I love to do. The way the project pages are broken up (image w/branding > block of text > image > block of text, etc) makes the experience more enticing—great organization. To be quite honest, I didn’t really like the site when I first landed on it. I found that there was too much brightness and too many colors pulling me in all different directions when I landed. The typeface and the brand colors are very typical to me, I don’t feel like it’s fresh or exciting.

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REVIEW || JUMIA FASHION HAUL

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The current situation of the economy in Nigeria has been really alarming especially as our currency keeps loosing its value as the day goes by. Being a student has its limitations on your style and with the current situation it's even more... JUMIA is an online shopping mall based here in Nigeria and they really do have amazing stuff. Right now if I want to buy something and not worry about exchange rate or delivery rates and also have affordable clothing and other materials, then JUMIA NIGERIA is one place to go. This is my first review and I plan on doing more soon. Honestly I thought the same myself and I thought to get one and this polka dot piece is quite different from the usual ones I've come across and I did lust printed denim last year.

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[03/15/16, via The Business Insider]
The best sunglasses for every face shape — and how to figure out which one you are while a rounder frame with a softer edge complements a more angular face." Mariani concurs and adds that sunglasses are "practical accessories that should look good as well as protect eye health." He provides more details on five of the most common face ... [...]

[03/15/16, via Women's Wear Daily]
Cher Takes Aim at Trump on Twitter Cher’s brand of Tweet is distinct – it reminds you of what your great aunt would tweet; one can picture her holding her phone an arms-length away from her face, squinting behind some thick reader glasses as she types with one finger. The results are an ... [...]

[03/14/16, via Portland Press Herald]
Trump negotiated clothing line deal with foreign labor he says is killing U.S. jobs Trump Collection shirts – as well as eyeglasses, perfume, cuff links and suits – are ... Kennedy School of Government, has reviewed Trump-brand products for sale online and found that a large percentage are imported. For example, the website selling ... [...]

[03/13/16, via Iowa State Daily]
Buying Glasses Online ... like Hilary Duff are promoting this brand on social media because it is very good. Their wide selection of glasses and prices is impressive although their reviews are not as good as Warby Parker or Eye Buy Direct. The fun part about this online store ... [...]

[03/15/16, via New York Observer]
Chivas Regal Wants to Pump $1M of Its Luxury Scotch Earnings Into a Tech Startup and Optic Group ICH from Mexico (which manufactures eyeglass frames from recycled plastic bottles). Read about the rest of the finalists here. This week, the finalists will work on their business and leadership skills at Oxford University as part of an ... [...]

Pair Eyewear, the Warby Parker for kids, launches today

In February of 2010, Warby Parker launched into the world and became a global brand and eventually a unicorn. And today, Pair Eyewear wants to do the same.Pair, the brainchild of Sophia Edelstein and Nathan Kondamuri, wants to be the Warby Parker for children, giving kids and parents a way to affordably shop for glasses online. But Pair takes it one step further with customizable frames, letting kids continually change up their look.Today at launch, Pair is going live with five base frames...

How Fake Eyeglass Can Damage Your Eyes – Professionals

Professionals have warned Nigerians to be careful and avoid wearing fake eyeglass frames as it can cause serious damage to the eyes.The usage of eyeglass frames that are not original can damage the eyes, some eye care professionals have said.The experts made the disclosure in an interview with newsmen at an event to mark the Final Draws of the Vogue Eyewear Styling Trip Promo in Lagos on Tuesday.The event was organised by Luxottica Group S.P.A. and totalspecs Ltd., Nigera. Luxottica is the...

Dom Vetro Brings Seriously Stylish Handmade Alpine Eyewear to Los Angeles

In recent months, artisanal eyewear brand Dom Vetro has had a homecoming of sorts. After a trip to the Italian Alps introduced founder Ashley Bezamat to an exclusive group of expert frame makers and artisans (or Maestri) who had made a life handcrafting some of the world’s finest frames using the same methods pioneered in the 17th century, the then-30-year-old relocated to Europe to set up shop. Now, 5 years after founding Dom Vetro and learning the ropes of artisanal frame making, Bezamat...