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Mr Porter Debuts Cartier Watches The partnership with Cartier and Mr Porter is a continuation of the label's tie-in with Net-a-porter, which debuted its Panthère de Cartier watches in 2017 to great response from customers. (The first watch was sold via WhatsApp within two minutes of [...]
Ray-Ban Celebrates 80 Years Of Eye-Conoclasm More than a brand, Ray-Ban is a symbol of iconoclasm, a statement of independence and creativity, and an unmistakable identity with a strong sense of style. It is designed to make bad boys look good, with an attitude of irreverence towards trends. Each [...]
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Level fitness tracking glasses have arrived The specs come with a smartphone app which shows your fitness stats in detail and awards points for hitting daily goals. There is a charitable element. Once you accrue 50 points VSP will give a person in need an eye exam and a pair of glasses at no [...]
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Barner: eyewear designed to improve your wellbeing & sleep bioring the personal trainer on your finger 2 - Barner: eyewear designed to improve your Barner is a new eyewear brand from Barcelona whose purpose is to protect your eyes from the harmful effects of blue light emitted by digital devices. There are [...]
24, file photo, Maria Sharapova of Russia celebrates after defeating Belinda Bencic of Switzerland in their fourth round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia. Austria-based company Head announced Thursday, March 10, it was planning to extend its sponsorship deal, three days after Sharapova revealed her use of the banned substance meldonium. As drugs go, this one was at least easy to spell and easy to pronounce: meldonium. But it is no less dangerous to an athlete than a drug that is difficult to pronounce and impossible to spell, like tetrahydrogestrinone, a drug that many athletes have been accused and/or convicted of taking, including former track star Marion Jones. Last week, Sharapova called a press conference to announce that she had failed a drug test for meldonium at the Australian Open.
Instead of calling the annual NCAA basketball tournament March Madness, perhaps we should call it March Ad-ness. According to Broadcast and Cable, CBS and Turner Broadcasting claim they're virtually sold out of commercials for March Madness and have generated record ad revenue on both TV and digital. Prices for TV ads this year are up in the mid- to high-single digit range, and revenues are up double digits because there’s extra inventory to sell. Turner Sports executives point out that the NCAA’s corporate marketing program helps generate revenue from official sponsors led by AT&T, Coca-Cola and Capital One. In all, according to Kantar Media, the NCAA men's tourney brings in upwards of $1. 15 billion in advertising revenue.
Tag Heuer announced novelties for Baselworld The Swiss company TAG ... Men’s watchwith a case diameter of 43 millimeters. The bezel is made from ceramic, engraved numerals and silver lacquered. TAG Heuer is a Swiss company that produces prestigious watches, chronometers, smartphones, and glasses. [...]
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Maria Sharapova is doing everything right (after doing something so wrong) It allows you to put context around it, and frame it before someone else can ... And then he admitted he was lying,” Deschauer says. Nike, Porsche and TAG Heuer became the latest sponsors to distance themselves from Maria Sharapova after the tennis ... [...]
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Sure to get hearts racing! Tully Smyth puts on a leggy display while Stephanie Rice and Kate Peck opt for more demure looks at the TAG Heuer Grand Prix Party For makeup, the former reality television star went with a natural look and glammed it up with a bronze smokey eye and lashings of eyeliner ... event was to celebrate the partnership between TAG Heuer and Red Bull ahead of the upcoming Formula One ... [...]
Sharapova lawyer confident of ban leniency For a sport where women have long struggled - and only recently achieved - to gain equal footing with the men, this development is yet another setback. And TAG Heuer, which had been ... Sharapova's positive test is a black eye on the sport. [...]
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Conor McGregor thanks the fans, throws some shade in Instagram post Tate's second loss to Rousey came at UFC 168, but she was promised a title shot after defeating Jessica Eye last summer ... Luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer said it was not going to renew its contract with Sharapova "in view of the current situation". [...]
Actually, let me rephrase that title, 'Best Eyewear Brands for Men, with personality'. I started wearing glasses about fifteen years ago and now there is no getting away from the fact they are well and truly part of my identity.Now, I want Brits to be braver with their choice of eyewear instead of stumbling instead of just stumbling into Vision Express for the best 2-1 deal. It doesn't happen that way with our European friends in Germany, France & Holland, where eye-wear is seen as an...
Tag Heuer has announced a pair of glasses called "Night Vision," designed with the driver in mind. First off, these aren't night vision. Night vision is something worn by covert ops in badass espionage flicks. These are low-light glasses. The glasses have been optimized for driving at night thanks to some engineering that corrects low-light and short-sightedness situations that usually occur in evening driving.These glasses were originally developed for the24 Hours of LeMans, but Tag Heuer...
When 17-year-old Cole Williams was surprised by co-workers with the Christmas gift of Enchroma colorblindness glasses, he was just excited to be able to match his clothes for high school. Williams is one of many who has benefited from a growth of options for people who are colorblind to see a new world of color. The internet is filled with videos, like Cole's, which went viral in December. But how do the lenses work? Every case of colorblindness varies, meaning the eyewear's effectiveness...