Connect with us

Fashion

Users’ favorite Hawkers sunglasses on Amazon Mexico

Published

on

Users' favorite Hawkers sunglasses on Amazon Mexico

Made with a black matte end frame and high optical performance lenses, additionally to providing a balance between clarity and resistance Sunglasses , employed by the overwhelming majority of individuals daily, particularly on those days once the sun beats down, not solely look smart and mirror a part of our temperament, however even have edges for our health, as a result of they shield our eyes from radiation and UV –in this manner we have a tendency to avoid harm to the retinas–, scale back glare, promote adequate vision –for example, after we drive–, shield USA from mud or trash caused by the wind and stop Let’s strain our eyes.

In EL PAÍS Escaparate we’ve found Hawkers eyeglasses , favorites in Amazon United Mexican States , that add up to over seven,800 ratings , with a median rating of four.7 out of five stars and offered in numerous colours.

These Hawkers eyeglasses square measure ideal for each men and ladies and have a top quality end. they’re created with a black matte end frame and black TR18 lenses with high optical performance and also the seal of industrialist, one in every of the globe leaders in copolyester technology.

they’re environmentally friendly and supply a novel balance between clarity and strength . For the user Youssef , the glasses square measure perfect: “I assume they’re product of a really smart quality material. they’re lightweight and work Maine absolutely.

they’re most likely a bit massive for girls, except for men it’s the best size. they are available in their box and with a bag to store them, excluding some prints and a hanky. i like to recommend them”. For his half, Mario Munguia , highlights the effective sun protection and also the glorious end of the lenses: “I was stunned by the silver letters of Hawkers, on the aspect of the lenses, as a result of it’s an honest detail that’s not totally appreciated within the pictures.

. In terms of style and sun protection, everything works okay, the sole detail is that the lens is created of plastic transparent substance, very light, except for its value, you cannot demand that a lot of, in order that they be 5 stars”.

The eyeglasses , created with totally different materials, like ultra-flexible TR90 and handmade acetate , and with a wider style at the top of the temple to boost bioengineering and luxury, have UV400 protection therefore you’ll be able to wear them the least bit times and enhance your vogue, whereas protective your eyes. They embody a microfiber cowl, a Hawkers box and a group of ornamental stickers .

“I am utterly glad. the standard is incredibly smart and also the details of the complete product, from the box to the lenses, square measure glorious. i like to recommend them as a present, as a result of they’re quite smart. while not a doubt, i’ll evoke alternative models”, assures Rafael navigator

 

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Fashion

Apple Martin on Attending Her First Fashion Show 

Published

on

By

Apple Martin on Attending Her First Fashion Show 

Yesterday’s Chanel spring 2023 couture show in Paris was, unsurprisingly, a star-studded affair. A-listers such as Tilda Swinton, Marion Cotillard, and Vanessa Paradis were all in attendance. However, there was a new face among the celebrity-filled crowd. Apple Martin, the 18-year-old daughter of Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow, took in her first fashion show from the front row. “The Chanel Couture show was my first fashion experience, and I am so incredibly grateful to Chanel and their incredible team for having me,” says Martin. “It was so exciting to see the art in the designs, and the theme of the line emerge throughout the show.”  

Martin’s favorite looks were those that had an upbeat, youthful feel. “My favorite looks from the show were the dropped-waist short tweed looks, and the white floor-length dresses,” says Martin. “I particularly loved look 4023, and 18.” Martin is a big fashion fan and follower, so it was only a matter of time before she got to witness a real-life show from one of her favorite labels. “I really enjoy keeping up with fashion,” Martin says. Ahead of the show, she paid a special visit to le19M, Chanel’s new architectural space dedicated to showcasing its Métiers d’Art fashions and artisans. 

Apple Martin on Attending Her First Fashion Show

WATCHMet Gala 2022 Coming Soon

Given her VIP seat at the show, Martin brought a fashion-forward look for the occasion. She wore a total look by Chanel including a black and white tweed dress with a matching jacket from the label’s spring 2023 collection. In addition to a classic quilted bag and chunky loafers, she also wore fine jewelry pieces—including an 18-karat gold bracelet and necklace with diamonds—and a Première Edition Originale timepiece. “I wanted my look to encapsulate Chanel’s timelessness, while adding edge with a strong eye look,” says Martin. “My favorite part of the look was the combination of the loafers and the minidress. It’s something that felt very true to my own style.”

Now that Martin has proven herself a fashion girl, something tells us we’ll be seeing even more of her in the front rows—maybe even this upcoming fashion month. Of what one can expect of her style, Martin says you can expect classic, modern getups—with a twist. “I can’t say that I am super trendy,” says Martin. “I love sweaters and oversized cardigans, loafers, and a good pair of comfy Levis. The most important thing for me is feeling like my genuine self when wearing an outfit; I’m aiming for a mix of classic ’90s and cool grandpa.”

Below, see how Martin got ready for her first Chanel Couture show. 

  • Photo: Courtesy of Chanel1/5
  • Photo: Courtesy of Chanel2/5
  • Photo: Courtesy of Chanel3/5
  • Photo: Courtesy of Chanel4/5

MOST POPULAR

  • WEDDINGSThe Bride and Groom Embraced Heartfelt Humor at This Garden Wedding in BrentwoodBY ALEXANDRA MACON
  • CELEBRITY STYLECarrie Bradshaw’s Love of Fendi Baguettes Has Gone Too FarBY CHRISTIAN ALLAIRE
  • RUNWAYThe Best Street Style Photos From the Fall 2023 Season in Copenhagen
  • Photo: Courtesy of Chanel
Continue Reading

Fashion

A London park blooms with flowers, stuffed animals and handwritten notes to the queen

Published

on

By

A London park blooms with flowers, stuffed animals and handwritten notes to the queen

LONDON — It’s hard to see the grass at London’s Green Park these days, both because the grounds are piled high with flowers for Queen Elizabeth and chock full of visitors who have come by to see them.

British officials have encouraged members of the public to leave floral tributes at two dedicated royal parks, with Green Park being the primary location for laying flowers near Buckingham Palace. The park is also the final destination for tributes left elsewhere in the city, which park workers have been bringing over.

Mourners and other visitors have not disappointed. They’ve carefully deposited flower bouquets, stuffed Paddington Bears, drawings of corgis, handwritten letters, painted pebbles, flags, posters, photographs and other tokens of appreciation in rows and piles on the ground — filling the park with color and turning it into an attraction of its own. On Saturday, huge crowds surged in and out of the park, creating such a chaotic traffic jam that some people thought the area had been shut down.

Beyond the many flowers, tributes included photographs, paintings and handmade cards.

Elizabeth Dalziel for NPR

Inside the tribute area, however, was a quieter scene of reflection and admiration. Many people came with multiple generations of their family to lay down flowers and take in the scene, both for its vastness and for the tiny details underfoot: thank-you cards left open, a jar of marmalade tucked underneath a stuffed bear, kids’ drawings on bright white paper against a sea of green stems.

Sponsor Message

People took photos of the scene and their loved ones posing in it, and walked through the park pointing out their favorite flowers and cards. Some have visited multiple times over the past week, while others traveled from out of town just to see the tributes, like Shaun and Tracey Dunmall, who took the train in from Kent.

“[We’re here to] see the flowers,” Tracey explained. “It’s the one thing that the people can do for her, isn’t it?”

Ellie Bunn, 26, said she was looking to place her roses in a sunny spot.

Elizabeth Dalziel for NPR

A woman named Fabi, visiting the park with her 21-year-old daughter, said the scene was sad on “a human level,” even for the thousands of mourners who had never met the queen.

“I suppose it reminds you of the people you have lost, and collectively it’s nice to see that people come out and pay their respects,” she said.

Many in the crowd took time searching for the perfect spot to leave their flowers.

For Ellie Bunn, 26, that meant finding an area with fresh flowers and a bit of sunlight. She was there with her mom and aunts to see the tributes for the first time — but was still thinking about her walk over, during which she saw King Charles’ motorcade driving towards Buckingham Palace. She said she was too starstruck to get her phone out in time to snap a picture.

As one of just two royal parks designated for floral tributes, Green Park was bursting with patriotism.

Elizabeth Dalziel for NPR

Joanna and Ben Ibbotson were happy to let their 4-year-old daughter Alice put down their flowers — she scattered them individually in various spots — and the card she’d signed herself to practice her penmanship on the train ride over.v

Continue Reading

Fashion

We Need to Talk About Faux Fur

Published

on

By

We Need to Talk About Faux Fur

Daniel Roseberry opened the gates of hell in more ways than one with his spring 2023 couture offering for Schiaparelli. The collection, inspired in part by Dante Alighieri’s “Inferno,” fanned the burning flames of online discourse—a layer of damnation Alighieri would’ve certainly doomed some of his subjects to had he known about the state of the internet in 2023.

Down the catwalk they pounced. Shalom Harlow in a cocktail dress completely covered in a facsimile of a leopard’s snowy pelt, replete with a snarling head at the bust; Irina Shayk in a black velvet column topped with a proud lion, its tongue visibly raised in the hunt for its next meal; Naomi Campbell in a shaggy fur coat, a wolf’s snout popping out from the left shoulder like a deleted scene from 2018’s Annihilation.

Artisanally crafted from foam, resin, wool, and hand-painted silk faux fur, they’re a calculated conversation starter (to cynics, an empty gimmick) in an era of discourse around whether wealth should whisper or roar. Clearly, Roseberry has taken a side. 

Shalom Harlow walking in Schiaparellis spring 2023 couture show

WATCHThe Biggest Red Carpet Moments from the 2022 Met Gala

ADVERTISEMENT

Even if man-made, Schiaparelli’s creations were disquieting in their brazenness, not least to tens of thousands of vocal commenters across the brand’s Instagram posts. Words like disturbingdisgusting, and shameful flowed with venomous anger. One user summed up their feelings simply with, “Bad idea! Bad taste!” A surreal leopard became synonymous with the cruelty of killing the real thing.

Yet as supermodels sauntered in recreations of exotic skins and a firestorm of outrage ensued, one nuance got lost in the tumult. Roseberry’s choice to showcase an overly literal interpretation of iconic source material inadvertently made every other brand’s petroleum-derived faux fur look tame by comparison. How easy for a brand to write a flippant caption about its next drop of faux-fur coats: Hey, at least ours don’t have faces for you to feel bad for. 

In this quickness to share alarm over how these pieces may represent or glorify game hunting, hot-take havers fail to account for the real harm, both environmental and ethical, that exists at the center of faux-fur production. 

Makers of plastic fur alternatives—made mostly from polyester, a nonbiodegradable fiber expected to reach $174.7 billion in sales by 2032—can now retool their messaging to scoop up sympathy from the madding crowd. And yet a trace of the true self exists in the false self. 

The hyperreality of aesthetic experiments like those at Schiaparelli turns our gaze away from how we consume other animal products in fashion, such as leather from cows, that also directly bump up against factory-farming practices in the food industry. So why worry over a lion head made from silk and wool when so much leather is wasted to make endless amounts of crappy, throwaway stuff?

Naomi Campbell walking in Schiaparellis spring 2023 couture show
Irina Shayk walking in Schiaparellis spring 2023 couture show

In place of introspection, knee-jerk responses on social media purely see the surface image as the prime source of the most brutality. A fake lion’s head, merely a hyperreal imitation of a safari symbol, might as well directly “provoke dangerous behavior and glamorize both trophy hunting and animal violence,” as one Instagram commenter put it. 

The more I reflected, the more I became convinced that the true heart of darkness was in telling ourselves that we can buy our way toward sustainability in the first place. But then, is there any way to ethically wear fur, faux or otherwise?  

MOST POPULAR

  • WEDDINGSThe Bride and Groom Embraced Heartfelt Humor at This Garden Wedding in BrentwoodBY ALEXANDRA MACON
  • WEDDINGSCaroline Constas Designed Her Own Dress for Her Classic New York City WeddingBY ELISE TAYLOR
  • RUNWAYPhil Oh’s Best Street Style Photos From the Spring 2023 Couture Shows in Paris

PETA’s praise of the collection as “fabulously innovative” feels like an about-face from its iconic “I’d rather go naked than wear fur” campaign. In its zealous quest to ride the PR coattails of front-row lion wearer Kylie Jenner, the animal-rights group wasted momentum amidst a rare moment of united disillusion among vegans and omnivores alike. PETA could have urged the public to buy secondhand fur because it’s a more sustainable option than using raw materials to create new textiles, of which more than 11 billion tons went to landfills in the United States in 2018 alone.

When I asked fellow vintage dealers about their feelings on real fur purchased secondhand, most were similarly pragmatic, citing its lower environmental impact and warmth as reasons to buy it over anything new. One buyer noted, “The energy has already been put into it and has so much more output.”

Another went further, feeling a sense of duty to “not let the animals have died in vain.” Thankfully, truly cherishing what already exists in circulation, including real vintage fur that will biodegrade, is a practical, thoughtful, and viable personal solution we can all take advantage of. 

It’s important to turn our gaze to the ever-increasing profit of fast-fashion labels that sell faux en masse while labeling it vegan or cruelty-free. As last season’s pieces sit unworn or—worst of all—discarded in landfills, these brands won’t receive the same pushback seen in response to the Schiaparelli show. 

In a statement about the looks, Schiaparelli said, “It is a reminder that there is no such thing as heaven without hell; there is no joy without sorrow; there is no ecstasy of creation without the torture of doubt.” 

This show and the myriad responses it generated demonstrate that there is no good taste without bad, no real without faux, no haute couture triumph without fast-fashion excess. Within moments engineered for virality and earned-media value, we cannot allow these illusions to hijack our attention spans. The market forces worth fighting against are at once far less glamorous and way more powerful than the hellishly alluring visions of couture.

More Great Fashion Stories from Vogue

  • These Trending Shoes Have Become the New Ugg Slippers
  • 9 Risqué Emily Ratajkowski Looks to Inspire Your Date Night Style
  • Jennifer Lawrence’s Non-Shoe Is Surprisingly Chic
  • I’m Transfixed By Kim Kardashian’s Gas Station Looks
  • Sign up for Vogue’s shopping newsletter The Get to receive the insider’s guide to what to shop and how to wear it
  • Listen to ‘The Run-Through with Vogue’, a new weekly podcast featuring the most exciting stories and hot takes from the worlds of culture, politics, sports and–of course–fashion
Continue Reading

Trending