The Northern Lights are a display of nature’s astonishing splendour. To see the sky filled with the vibrant colours of the Aurora Borealis is a dream of many travellers. This being said, tracking them down isn’t always easy. Unfortunately, The Northern Lights are as elusive as they are magnificent.
This week everyone has been getting back in to the swing of things after their holidays. Statistically, this time of year is the most popular for people booking summer trips away. It does not take a genius to figure out that in order to combat the dreaded January blues, people tend to book up a lovely summer holiday to give them something to look forward to. That is absolutely fine by us. Because summer holidays mean one thing, sunglasses! But it’s not just people making plans for summer that we have got to report back to you on this week. Carry on reading to find out what has been going down in the latest edition of sunglasses news.
As the global political madness continues to develop, and social and cultural shifts are gaining momentum at a rapid rate thanks to global connectivity it comes as no surprise as to how some of the themes are playing out at this years London Fashion Week Men. Some of the parties were a definite talking point this year, and London designer Matthew Miller kicked off his show with a series of live performances from grime artists (very London) and a trippy goth act.
Ray-Ban are at it again: pioneering advanced technology that will leave an eyewear legacy. Ray-Ban celebrates the vibrancy of light with the launch of the new revolutionary lens Chromance. Enjoy a new world of colour with Chromance now- they’re fresh on our site.
January is in full swing and the festive season is but a fading memory. Travel is the key to combat those January blues. Escape the gloom and head to a paradise beach, or battle the end of seasonal celebrations by visiting a city alive with a culture festival. Here’s some inspiration for the start of your new year…