The collaboration creates one-stop source for high-end diagnostic and therapeutic vision care technologies Continue reading
Introducing Marc by Marc Jacobs’ fresh 2013 collection Continue reading
Almost USD 20 million sold in the last 12 months; contributed nearly a third of total contact lens market worth Continue reading
Chopard, Tom Ford, Loewe, Gucci, Ermenegildo Zegna, Roberto Cavalli, Swarovski and Tod’s in conjunction with the Mid Valley Megamall Fashion Week 2013 Continue reading
The Marc Jacobs 2013 eyewear collection features four new sunglasses with a vintage-chic spirit: bold geometric shapes and thick volumes give these models a contemporary personality with a lovely retro twist.
A large, flat silhouette and square shape with skilfully rounded edges is the predominant focus of these women’s sunglasses. Their stunning colour contrasts and translucent nuances on the front and pearled tones on the temples define the elegance of this model. Refined stylistic details, such as the unique hinge exclusively developed for the Marc Jacobs eyewear collection, denote quality and elegance. The temples feature clean, simple yet sophisticated profiles, highlighted by thin metal details.
These sunglasses reflect the new 2013 collection’s colour palette: blue, turquoise, red and green, as well as classic tones of black and brown.
The round-shaped models have an oversize silhouette with clean, slim profiles. The vintage-inspired allure stems from appealing colour contrasts between natural tones of striped Havana on the front and pearled nuances on the temples, illuminating the frame that comes in shades of black, brown, Havana, Havana red and Havana green
The round-shaped men’s models look to the past with their 40’s-inspired style which is emphasised by bold volumes and elegant details, such as the rivets that frame the front and the clearly visible metal core on the temples. The colour palette is vibrant and made up of red with tone-on-tone mirrored lenses, dark Havana with green lenses, transparent brown with blue lenses, dark gray with brown lenses, transparent light blue with mirrored shaded green lenses and transparent ochre with gray lenses.
The flat, geometric-shaped glasses are 80’s rock-inspired. The temples metal core and the rivets on the front are unique signature details of this model. The colour palette includes nuances of striped brown/horn with dark brown lenses, dark Havana with brown lenses, gray with brown lenses, mélange blue with Havana blue lenses, black with gray lenses and green Havana with green lenses.
The Spring 2013 eyewear collection from Marks & Spencer has sunglasses in elegant designs and subtle colours with interesting nuances like animal prints and interesting patterns. Round, square, cat eye frames and oval in a myriad of colours those who demand style and elegance in their sunwear. Continue reading
Shanghai, China, 1 March 2013: Myopia (or short-sightedness) affects the vision of around 1.5 billion people globally and by conservative estimates at least 300 million Chinese people. The prevalence among adolescents in China is extremely alarming, with studies in southern China suggesting it could be as high as 78% in 15 year-olds living in urban areas and 54% of 17 year-olds living in rural areas. Continue reading
Lahaina, HI, February 28, 2013 – Maui Jim has hit the ground running with a new sunglass style that sets the pace for the company’s next level of eyewear for athletic performance. The new aerodynamic design of Hot Sands embeds the company’s patented PolarizedPlus2® lens technology into a sleek, flexible model that is ideal for a wide range of fast-paced, active sports demanding eyewear with superior fit, durability and anti-slip features. Continue reading
This year Mandurah will again host the EYRES Action Sports Games and the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation [IWWF] World Cup for the second year running after proving itself a global event with fierce competition last year.
The IWWF World Cup is an annual global series with slalom, short board and big jump combined with wake boarding, barefoot jumping and waterskiing. Over 100,000 visitors turned out to watch the world’s best water sportsmen and women deliver thrills and spills at last year’s World Cup, the first of 4 to be held in Mandurah.
IWWF President, Kuno Ritschard, said the Federation is delighted to be returning to Mandurah this year. “It’s a wonderful town with perfect conditions for our event so it’s a pleasure to bring our elite waterski and wakeboard athletes to Mandurah.”
More than 150 of the world’s waterskiing and wakeboarding stars from 24 countries will make their way to Western Australia to contest the world title and their share of the $300,000 prize pool up for grabs.
Australian wakeboarding prodigy responsible for taking the sport to another dimension, Harley Clifford, is confirmed to compete and defend his title as 2011 and 2012 IWWF World Wakeboard Champion. Clifford will be a favourite to take hope the title for a third consecutive year after exciting the huge crowds last year with his formidable tricks. The games also coincide with the annual Channel Seven Crab Fest, adding more vibrancy and excitement to the City of Mandurah.
Managing Director of EYRES Optics, Michel Audry said EYRES are proud to sponsor and invest in bringing international and national sport athletes into Western Australia for the second year running. After the success of last year’s EYRES Action Sports Games, we see the value of being involved and supporting the watersport community. The event is a huge tourism drawcard for Western Australia and we are delighted to be involved. We recognize that the Action Sports Games and IWWF World Cup is a thrilling and unique event, and we are honored to take part in promoting a community event that promotes creativity, skill and diversity. Good luck to all participants involved… in particular our EYRES Team Ambassadors!
Tourism Western Australia and the Department of Regional Development and Lands are proud to support the EYRES Action Sports Games Mandurah through the Royalties for Regions – Regional Events Program, which is administrated by Eventscorp.
I will be joining a group of volunteers to Nepal for a charity medical mission from 17 to 24 March 2013 to Nepal.
If you or your company has any medicines (near expiry or new), eyedrops, vitamins, equipment, instruments or old glasses which may be put to good use during the medical mission, please let me know.
Also, if any optometrist, optician or lay volunteer would also like to join in the medical mission trip (about 30-40 people going), please also contact me urgently.
Dr Au Eong Kah Guan
MBBS(S’pore), MMed(Ophth)(S’pore), FRCS(Edin), FRCS(Glasg), DRCOphth(Lond), MRCOphth(Lond), FAMS(Ophth)
Medical Director & Senior Consultant, Singapore International Eye Cataract Retina Centre
Address: Singapore International Eye Cataract Retina Centre, 3 Mount Elizabeth #07-04, Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre, Singapore 228510
Tel: (65) 6887 2020; Fax: (65) 6887 2021; Website: www.eyecataractretina.com; Email: email@example.com
Essilor was recently named amongst the World’s 30 Most Innovative Companies for the second year running by US magazine Forbes. Continue reading
Around 250 underprivileged senior citizens in Singapore participated in a free eye screening camp and also took home optical eyewear as part of an event organised by Optometry Giving Sight, to mark World Sight Day 2012 in October, 2012. Continue reading
Linz, October 2011: Specialist sports glasses manufacturer adidas eyewear is celebrating receipt of another award. After carrying off the red dot award in the category ‘product design’ in January 2011, the sports glasses evil eye halfrim pro has now won a second prestigious award. At Silmo, an international trade show for the eyewear industry which was held in Paris between 29 September and 2 October 2011, this versatile half frame model was awarded the “Silmo d’Or 2011” in the category ‘sports equipment’. Continue reading