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With Glasses and Glittering Earrings, Oprah Has Set the Bar for Awards-Season Style Some of the things you learn when you are growing up—to be demure, to be “feminine,” to laugh it off or hide in shame when some creep subjects you to sexual harassment, or worse—are deadly serious. But there are other, less weighty instructions [...]
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Naval Weapons Station Yorktown: bombs, torpedoes and — eyeglasses? Hatch said the designers of the glasses emphasize making them fashionable so the people issued them actually want to wear them. After all, function without form goes unused, Hatch said. The notorious S9s — brown, plastic, chunky and square — weren't [...]
This Supermodel-Approved Accessory Is Fall's Easiest Beauty Trick What is it about clear aviator glasses! The trend that's been spotted on the faces of practically everyone from Bella Hadid to Kim Kardashian West since the summer, has continued on as the must-have accessory for fall. But could it also be the season's [...]
New Look Vision Group Inc (TSE:BCI) Announces $0.15 Quarterly Dividend New Look Vision Group logo New Look Vision Group Inc (TSE:BCI) announced a quarterly dividend on Monday, November 13th, Zacks reports. Shareholders of record on Friday, December 22nd will be paid a dividend of 0.15 per share on Sunday, December 31st [...]
Carrie Donovan (March 22, 1928 - November 12, 2001) was fashion editor for Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and The New York Times Magazine. Later in her life she became known for her work in Old Navy commercials where she wore her trademark large eyeglasses and black clothing, often declaring the merchandise "Fabulous!". In almost all of the commercials, she appeared alongside Magic the dog and various other stars from TV and fashion.
She was portrayed as a parody by Ana Gasteyer on an episode of Saturday Night Live.
When Donovan was just 10 years old, she mailed her own sketches for a design collection to the actress Jane Wyman, who replied with a handwritten letter. She later attended the Parsons School of Design, graduating in 1950. She worked as a journalist for 30 years but...
This article originally appeared in the March 2016 issue of Vogue Australia . . In 2016, the world will face a range of complex challenges, some existing, a number emerging. Global terrorism, slow and uneven global economic growth, unprecedented levels of poverty, protracted conflicts that cause mass movement of people around the world, climate change, and food and water shortages are some of the seemingly intractable... One of the world’s most important assets – the capacity of women – is significantly under-utilised. Our region is home to some of the most dynamic and impressive women leaders in the world.
I lingered around his booth at the conference after he smiled and complimented my purple eyeglasses. We rolled our eyes at ourselves talking about how hard it is to find time to cook at home when you work full time and live in New York City and then he asked to exchange information, professionally. It did cross my mind that he was attractive, but I pushed the thought aside, as I'm a journalist and thought I might write about his company at some point. We exchanged several emails about his business and made plans to get together for what I thought was a purely professional conversation. lingering and stealing kisses before walking into the night, holding hands. He stopped me several times to kiss me tenderly on the busy sidewalk.
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New Look Vision Group Inc. Announces Record Revenues and Net Earnings for 2015 and its Quarterly Dividend New Look Vision is a leader in the eye care industry in Eastern Canada having a network of 214 corporate stores mainly under the New Look Eyewear, Vogue Optical, Greiche & Scaff and iVision banners and laboratory facilities using state-of-the-art technologies. [...]
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White walls are in vogue, but you can still dress them up “If you can't paint the walls, really get creative above the sofa,” Gaines says. Put up “a collage of frames with color in them ... photographs that you take over the weekend of nature. The white walls allow the frames and artwork to really be the focus. [...]
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Fun-tastic, Fashion Hybrid Eyewear to Die For, Hits New York Gentle Monster, creator of uber stylish eyewear, in collaboration with architect Rafael de Cárdenas of Architecture at Large opened a New York retail store giving the innovative brand an exploratory environment. Customers and browsers feel as though they ... [...]
Inside Milan’s Looking for Marni Party And also like the Market, this one was designed to be interactive. Guests couldn’t take turns on the double-wide trapeze, but they were invited to try on the frames in a podlike structure at the back of the enormous space, and otherwise commune with the ... [...]
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Valentino Signs Eyewear Licensing Agreement With Luxottica Tory Burch And Luxottica Group SpA Renew Ten-Year Contract Chanel Renews License Agreement With Luxottica Charlotte Ronson Tapped for 2014 Design Series for Vogue Eyewear ... has signed an eyewear licensing agreement with Luxottica Group. [...]
Fashion books usually appeal to the eye with zippy photographs, playful illustrations, arresting typefaces. But the best of them will offer something for the head and heart — a surprising point of view, thoughtful essays, a distinctive style — that makes the experience memorable. Consider these three new books: "John Galliano Unseen" (Yale University Press, $60) by Robert Fairer; "Food in Vogue" (Abrams, $75), edited by Taylor Antrim; and "Items: Is Fashion Modern?" (The Museum of Modern Art,...
I was always going to wear the pants, no question about that. For four or five years now, I've been buying Sansabelts (from the French sans, "without") on a website devoted to the beltless slack. And now I was on my way to a showroom in the heart of New York City's Garment District to see the man who makes them.Sansabelts, historically offered in colors plucked off a Froot Loops box, were a staple of the American golf scene in the 1970s, when I got trapped in the game's web. Eventually, they...
Augmented reality is roaring back to prominence as one of Silicon Valley's favorite frontier technologies, nearly three years after Google's brief, unsuccessful run at the market with its infamous smart glasses.When criticism of the Google Glass over privacy and safety concerns led some bars and restaurants to ban the then-$1,500 smart glasses, the future of mixing artificial graphics with real-life viewing seemed more like a pipe dream than science-fiction-turned-reality.But AR headsets are...