http://glamourdaze.com/ This vintage fashion film from the 1940s explores the ' scientific research ' conducted to improve the look of bespectacled women.
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Australian eyewear company's fashion shoot at WWII death camp sparks outrage Valley Eyewear published a series of photos and videos taken on a trip to Eastern Europe earlier this year in which models are seen posing in sunglasses at sites including the Flower Memorial at Jasenovac, a World War II-era death camp run by Croatia's [...]
Marcolin announces early Tod's Eyewear licence renewal Founded as a small shoe factory in Casette D'Ete, Italy, in the early 1940s, Tod's focuses particular attention on craftsmanship. All products are made in Italy. A finalist in the Best Sunglasses/Eyewear product category at the inaugural consumer-voted [...]
Shared vision: a new luxury eyewear brand with an impeccable pedigree Now, with his son Garrett, Larry has launched luxury eyewear brand Mr Leight, promoting it with a lo-fi glamour campaign shot by photographer Henrik Purienne and featuring Jane Birkin doppelganger, actress and model Emily Labowe. Prices hover around [...]
Casa Ramos By JJRR Architecture Takes Inspiration From The Case Study House Of The 1940s Jose Juan Rivera Rio of JJRR Architecture regularly works with raw concrete, large expanses of glass, open plan designs and flat roofs, and the Mexican architect has used his successful formula to create another spectacular linear home in the form of [...]
Safilo Group S.p.A. (BIT: SFL} is the world's second-largest eyewear company. It designs, produces and distributes prescription frames, sunglasses, sports eyewear, ski goggles, ski and cycling helmets under its own five “House” brands and about thirty licensed brands. Their products are primarily manufactured in three Italian facilities with an additional plant in Slovenia, one in USA and one in China, and are marketed in 130 countries worldwide. Based in Italy, Safilo's major competitor includes Milan-based Luxottica SpA, which is the worlds biggest eyeglass maker.
Safilo Group S.p.A. was founded in 1934 after Guglielmo Tabacchi purchased Italy’s first industrial complex for producing lenses and frames in Pieve di Cadore. Exports in the 1930s expanded to many European countries,...
As a newcomer to these parts by way of the gritty streets of East London, I noticed that there are two types of people here: the wild-river soakers and the ones who like a cocktail after their mineral bath. My first — and still one of my favorites — was to the wild Jerry Johnson Hot Springs about an hour away in Idaho. There are no signs telling you where to go: You just have to find the Warm Springs Pack Bridge and Warm Springs Trail No. 49 on Highway 12, between markers 152 and 153. (The secret is now out. Cross the wooden bridge, high above the majestic Lochsa River, for the mile-long hike through the Clearwater National Forest along Warm Springs Creek, which leads to three waterfall pools fed by a trickle of hot water. Jerry Johnson is the gateway drug for the soaking junkie: Once you feel every muscle.
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Jeremy Corbyn is urged by a party grandee to ignore the 'hard left croissant eating class' advising him on how to run Labour following a 'disastrous' reshuffle Dave Watts blasts the week long reshuffle as 'unnecessary' for Labour Ex-chair of...
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Bald Eagle Rifle League takes aim at tradition LOCK HAVEN - The Bald Eagle Rifle League has been active in Clinton County since the late 1940s, a reflection of the region's ... The equipment used for competitions consists of a jacket, eyeglasses, and, of course, the rifle, which is somewhat different ... [...]
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Churchill's Eyeglasses: The Saga of His Spectacles That shop was blown up in the Blitz in 1940. The company then moved to tiny premises about 10 blocks away in the elite medical district of London. It remained in the hands of staff and their families, who continued to make eyeglasses for Winston Churchill ... [...]
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In India, Amazon relies on exclusively on third-party merchants to sell goods Gurpreet Singh's grandfather started selling eyeglasses in the 1940s in the part of India that is now Pakistan. His father took over the business, and now Singh runs a nine-employee, three-store operation based in New Delhi. Three years ago, he took his ... [...]
Optoplast Actman Eyewear launches its own branded frames Designs set out to reflect English heritage and shapes from the 1940s. James Conway, CEO of the Optoplast Actman Eyewear Company and grandson of Walter Conway, told Optician at the launch party that it was the only brand in its portfolio to be made in ... [...]
Video shows 80 years of womens eyewear fashions Buzzfeed has produced a video showing the shifting fashions in women’s eyewear over 80 years ... before moving through to the 1940s cat eye frames. The video, supported by US vintage frames outlet Old Focals, goes on to showcase a range of styles ... [...]
Next time you drink wine, take note of the size of the glass — you may inadvertently drink more than you planned.The size of wine glasses in England have grown almost sevenfold since the 1700s, from 66 milliliters in the 18th century to 449 milliliters in 2017, according to research at the University of Cambridge, likely due to the higher demand of larger wine glasses from the U.S. The researchers looked at antique wine glasses from museums in the U.K. catalogues, and compared them to current...
If You GoWhat: Science on Tap: “Inventive Connections: Movie Stars, Math, & Marine Mammals.” When: Doors open at 6 p.m. program begins at 7 p.m., Jan. 10. Where: Kiggins Theatre, 1011 Main St., Vancouver.Cost: Suggested donation of $9 advance, $10 at the door.On the web: www.viaproductions.orgWhat: “Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story”When: Jan. 12-18 (check website for daily screen times).Where: Kiggins Theatre, 1011 Main St., Vancouver.Tickets: $7 advance, $10 at the door.On the web:...
ShutterstockDetoxing by drinking juices, going on cleanses, or using other formulas is unnecessary and may be dangerous.Juicing fresh fruits and vegetables also strips them of some of their most beneficial ingredients.It's no surprise that detoxes and cleanses are all the rage this January. Who didn't spend the holidays wishing for a way to rid their bodies of some of 2017's toxic content?The idea of a food or drink that can detoxify the body has a practical ring to it. Plenty of foods...