With the madness of Black Friday week now over, it was now time for the Christmas period to begin! The first of December marks the start of the festive period for us and it is certainly time to start thinking about your works’ Christmas party, Christmas presents and everything remotely Christmas related in between. Check out what has been happening in the fashion world this week. We announced the winner for our amazing Christmas Hamper prize, we got ready for a staff Christmas party and we revealed a whole host of perfect stocking filler ideas for under £20. But it’s not just about us, there was a lot went on in broader sunglasses news and the eyewear world in general. Take a look what went down over the course of the week.
“CLEVELAND, Ohio — The future looked so bright for the Browns offense early on Sunday, they had to wear shades. At least the wide receivers did.
After Josh Gordon scored the Browns’ first touchdown with 4:45 left in the first quarter to tie the game at 7 against Green Bay, he was handed a pair of sunglasses as he came to the sideline and strutted around wearing them.” Cleveland.com
Sunglasses out of favour in Japan
According to Japan Today sunglasses are not as popular in Japan as they are in the western world. Many people believe it is because people in Japan’s eyes are less sensitive to light, but there is no scientific evidence for this.
Dog’s Special Sunglasses
Metro followed an albino dog called Sherlock who suffers from canine albinism which means he can not spend too much time in direct sunlight. When he goes outside he is required to wear specialist dog sunglasses to keep his eyes from damage. While it is a medical condition that forces this issue, we think Sherlock looks pretty cool!
Manpower’s Latest Photoshoot
International DJ and friend of B Sunglasses, Manpower recently shared some of his latest campaign featuring a cool monochromatic theme throughout and wearing some clear framed HOOK LDN glasses. You can shop the glasses here or head over to Manpower’s social media pages to check more of him out.