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As models strutted their stuff down the runways for 2016 Spring fashion shows, one thing was abundantly clear – the days of minimal sunglass designs are over.
I have a couple of interesting stories to share with you today, from the wonderful world of sunglasses.
As we approach Christmas, you tend to see very few news stories related to sunglasses. Yes, the sunglasses industry is still in full flow, but it’s understandable that sunglasses companies save their new releases up for the warmer months.
On Monday, I was listening to a radio show in my car, which almost took my breath away. On the show, a panel of experts were looking at various technology predictions for the years ahead.
In the past, I’ve shared stories with you about all kinds of sunglasses. Including one story about a cat, who became a reality TV star wearing glitzy sunglasses. Well, today it’s time for dogs to get some sunglasses-related love.
As I’ve said many times, sunglasses are useful all year round, because the sun comes out all year round. However, recent trends suggest that from a purely fashion perspective, sunglasses are now maybe the hottest all year round fashion accessory.
Over the past couple of years, I’ve written dozens of times about the latest technology relating to sunglasses and prescription eyewear. Read more…
So, here we are. It’s just over a month until Christmas. As I watched a local store put up its Christmas decorations last weekend, I was reminded of a TV show I saw some years ago, about the way different businesses get ready for Christmas.
I’m pretty sure this is the weirdest sunglasses story I will ever share with you. That’s quite some statement, considering some of the stories I’ve shared so far.
As regular readers will know, I’ve previously written about something called blue light. Blue light is the term used to describe the light that comes from computer screens, tablets and cell phones etc.
Wearing sunglasses inside may not make you instantly look like a rock star. But it just might make your next long-haul journey a lot more enjoyable.
Sunglasses innovation comes from many different places. Often, it’s driven by someone’s frustration. The thing they’re looking for doesn’t exist, so they decide to create it.
If you wear prescription glasses, it can be tricky to buy new sunglasses, which suit you. This is especially the case for those who are long-sighted, where you have trouble seeing things close up.
When it comes to sunglasses, we often wonder what “the next big thing” will be. As a wholesale sunglasses provider, that’s a question CTS Wholesale Sunglasses ponders on a great deal.
Back in August, I mentioned that Doctor Who’s trusty sonic screwdriver was to be replaced with a pair of sonic sunglasses.
News reached me today of an interesting sunglasses innovation. It’s aimed squarely at cyclists. And, like a lot of good ideas, this innovation seems extremely simple.
News reached me this week of an unusual, sunglasses related police incident. A police Lt. in New Hampshire has arrested a local woman, who he claims stole a pair of sunglasses. Nothing too unusual there.
According to the good folks at Disney, “It’s a small world”. Whilst we wholly agree, that makes the sunglasses news I am about to share with you today, even weirder.
I have some news today, which will be welcomed by many sunglasses fans. It will also be good news for those of us interested in so-called smart glasses and those of us who wear prescription glasses.