Amanda Seyfried dons the Geeky Glasses in Jennifer’s Body

Anyone who has read this blog before knows that we like to make the odd trip to the movies and shame on us if we are also big fans of Megan Fox too (as mentioned in our Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen post), after all, which red-blooded male isn’t? Personally I was also a massive fan of the movie Juno, written by Oscar winner Diablo Cody and starring Ellen Paige, so I was looking forward to see what she (Cody) would come up with next.

To find out that the aptly named Megan Fox would be the star of Cody’s next film script made me very happy, and yet a little bit sad at the same time,...   read more

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Chris Pine, a fan of Wayfarer ‘Style’ Sunglasses

I think it’s safe to say that not many people are able to pull off wearing the iconic wayfarer style sunglasses successfully, but Chris Pine, best known for his recent role as USS Enterprise Captain James T. Kirk in J.J. Abrams summer 2009 movie blockbuster Star Trek, is one of the lucky few that suits the style perfectly.

Chris wears Persol 0714 ‘Fold Away’ Sunglasses. Available for £255.60.  These sunglasses fold away neatly into a pocket sized leather case.

Chris also wears the Ray-Ban 2143 ‘Wayfarer’ Style Sunglasses (colour code:  970) with...   read more

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Ray-Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses – Popularity of an Iconic Design

Almost everyday, without fail it seems, we receive at least one order for one of the incredibly popular Ray-Ban Wayfarer frames, usually the Ray-Ban RB5121 (for prescription glasses) or the Ray-Ban RB2140 (for Sunglasses).  This classic design has been around for almost 60 years since its design and manufacture in 1952 yet has remained popular for much of its production period.  So why are the most enduring fashion icons of the 20th century proving to be so popular?


The Original Wayfarer style was designed in 1952 by optical designer Raymond Stegeman, who procured dozens of patents for Bausch...   read more

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