Swarovski introduces the latest in sunnies with their newest collection of Swarovski sunglasses — a must-have accessory for this summer season.With spring in full bloom and summer around the corner, Swarovski is giving fashionistas everywhere a reason to crystallize their eyes with their latest collection, Swarovski sunglasses. Swarovski — already an industry leader in crystal artistry and purveyor of fine gifts — is now taking the fashion world by storm with their sunglasses, a hot commodity that’s sure steal the spotlight this season.Hollywood has already taken notice to Swarovski’s latest entry and are quickly nabbing themselves a pair of Swarovski sunglasses to keep them shaded while staying in the limelight in style. Hot mama http://forums.saltwaterfish.com/u/114223/micahcallese410, songstress and coach on “The Voice” Christina Aguilera has been spotted looking cool and shaded with Swarovski’s “Amazing Blush” sunglasses.AdvertisementSwarovski’s sunglasses add a touch of crystal bling mixed with cutting edge sophistication and style along with Swarovski’s iconic “Swan-flower” motif. For Nathalie Colin, Creative Director at Swarovski http://www.incompany.com/blog.php?user=silasspencer512&blogentry_id=610619, “light itself is distilled in this collection, reflected, diffracted and diffused by the cut crystals.” Furthermore, Nathalie “was inspired by the way in which faceted crystal conveys light. This collection celebrates the beauty of changing light, capturing it in designs that evoke, with total clarity, the architectural language of crystal.”Swarovski’s sunglasses collection features a variety of styles based on 3 different themes to accompany the many moods and satisfy the tastes of fashionistas everywhere. The first group in the collection is the epitome of Swarovski style, “taking creativity to its audacious and ultra-glamorous limits.” The collection features stunning pieces that are made of crystal prisms. One notable style is “Amazing” which is now a part of Christina Aguilera’s accessory staples and a must-have gorgeous piece to show off this summer. The second group in the collection is “sensual, elegant and timeless” with sunglasses that are big, bold and round. The final group in the collection is composed of the modern classic, aviator style which is slender, subtle and the go-to style of sunnies that are great for any occasion.There’s nothing more fashionable than shielding your eyes from the sun’s rays while looking haute in Swarovski sunglasses. These sunglasses are sure turn heads while strolling down the beach, shopping with the girls or even cruising in your car down PCH. After all, Swarovski knows how to seize the spotlight and create an array of products designed for the trend-setting crowd.To see the entire Swarovski sunglasses collection please visit:?/Web_US/en/online_shop
A great pair of sunglasses can be the best accessory to any outfit this summer. Sunglasses not only shield your eyes from harmful rays, but also takes your outfit from bland to fabulous with little effort. Here are some of the funkiest, fashion forward sunglasses of the season.Established in 2008, French brand Tom Ford has one of the best collections for fashion forward classic frames. The Nico, also of the cat eye style, is a great option for the more conservative fashionistas. /Cutler and Gross' 2011 "mermaid and the officer" inspired collection features cool colors, thick frames and complimentary styles for their women and men collections. /AdvertisementDrift Eyewear produces glasses made from wood sourced from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). The next generation Ray-ban, the Caulfiled, by Drift gives you a one of a kind, hand produced, yet classicly styled item. /Whatever style you choose, wear it with confidence.
Stella McCartney has taken another monumental step into sustainable fashion with her new line of eco-friendly sunglasses for Spring/Summer 2012 - just in time for Earth Day!The collection features three acetate and two metal frames, all of which are made from over 50 per cent natural and renewable materials. She believes using renewable sources for her designs promotes good practice, and it totally does! Compassion is always in fashion.Stella has teamed up with Luxottica to create these eco-conscious shades using bio-injected plastics made from castor-oil seeds – a renewable resource that helps limit petroleum use. The collection also uses cellulose and natural plasticizers derived from citric acid to create acetate plastic. Interesting! Most sunglasses use plastic derived from petroleum.Stella’s eco-friendly shades come in a range of earthy tones including brown, green, grey, nude and deep red. Prices range from $225 to $250.Advertisement?Find them at Sunglass Hut or Holt Renfrew today!
Last Thursday, Oakley threw a great opening party for its new store in Times Square with professional skateboarder Ryan Sheckler as its host. The store?is known for carrying?hip, casual men’s and women’s apparel and accessories. Oakley t-shirts are?a sampling of the brand's?creative vision?and some of the best ones are a gray NYC subway map t-shirt, a white v-neck t-shirt with a colorful Oakley NYC logo http://www.interiorinsider.com/user.php?login=jedguthrie52, and a white Brooklyn Bridge t-shirt. Guests representing press outlets at the event were able to choose a free pair of Oakley sunglasses that they could either create at the Custom Bar or pick from the selection on display. One of the popular sunglasses was a pair of big framed purple ones. Guests could also watch winter sports on a 3D screen with 3D glasses that Oakley provided for viewing. Small bites were being passed around and an assortment of cocktails was available as well. The crowd was lively and definitely enjoyed the store’s atmosphere and products. Be sure to visit the exciting new Oakley store in Times Square?and check out the beautifully designed, innovative products that are unique to the brand!Advertisement
The days remain gray and cloudy, and plenty of snow is still scheduled to fall on Cleveland soil. Despite this grim fact, spring styles are making their way onto the racks as we speak. One of the biggest trends for the up and coming spring season is lots of loud, bright colors.Designers from Issa to Julien Macdonald embraced the full color spectrum when it came to the spring collections. Plenty of fluorescents floated down the runways, from seperates to chiffon gowns to sporty sunglasses. Brights were mixed with more brights in some collections, while in others the cheery colors intertwined with blacks or tans.Try a bright maxi skirt this spring, or a colorful jumper. Bright blazers can be used to cover shoulders, and even pants have been splashed with fun hues. Check out your local thrift store for the high waisted drawstring colored pants, or even for a swingy fluorescent dress. Scared to sport the full trend? Pop your outfit with brightly colored accessories, such as sunglasses, handbags, or shoes.Advertisementhere.Do you know of a local fashion event that you would like covered by Examiner.com? Email me.
Flourscent Light SicknessEvery time I walk into Wal-Mart or Home Depot, I get sick because of the fluorescent light.The problem is, almost every large retailer uses fluorescent lighting.I get migraines, and queasiness.It has a great impact on my life.I was only curious to see if anyone else on instructables had such a sickness.If you do have such a sickness, whatDo you do about it?My new school has all fluorescent lighting.-sunglasses?-migraine medication? (although that would not do much for the sick to the stomach feeling)I call it Wal-Mart sickness.相关的主题文章：