B Sunglasses Round-up | Sunglasses News January 15th – January 21st 2018 | News

It has been another busy week here at B Sunglasses. Not only have we explored each region of the globe to find out where the best place is to go and see the Northern Lights, but we have also checked out the latest campaign from Valentino Sunglasses as well as brought you some of our favourite pieces from our enormous January sale. Our suspicions from last weeks news blog have been confirmed by Kanye West, that tiny sunglasses are going to be huge this year in fashion. Not only that, Prada Sport has made a comeback with the brand’s highly acclaimed runway show garnering a lot of attention with its (yet again) nostalgic 90’s vibes being a crowd favourite.

Denney Explores Argentina

Denneymusic recently shared with us a photo of himself exploring the neighbourhood of Palermo Soho in the Argentinian city of Buenos Aires. Palermo is a neighborhood, or barrio of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires. It is located in the northeast of the city, bordering the barrios of Belgrano to the north, Almagro and Recoleta to the south, Villa Crespo and Colegiales to the west and the Río de la Plata river to the east. As Denney continues his global tour as a house DJ, we are becoming increasingly more jealous of his lifestyle. Here he is wearing his Cazal Legends.

Stu Morton World Record Bid

We are proud sponsors of Stu Morton aka “AtlanticsoloStu” in his aim to attempt a world record solo row across the Atlantic Ocean. Stu’s plan is to row over 3800 miles across the Atlantic this month, from Portugal to Venezuela. He’s attempting it all on his own and will be a world record holder for the longest solo row if he completes it. He is raising money for the charity Rock 2 Recovery, a charity that aims to preserve lives of distressed servicemen, veterans and their families by connecting to appropriate mental health professionals for emergency and routine help. As well as inspiring and motivating sufferers to a better future through the power of connectivity. Keep track of Stu’s journey via his website of his social media page, and donate to his charity by texting ATLC55 then your amount to 70070. Go Stu!