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Wooden chic

Cat eye glasses first became popular in the 1950s with their feline inspired style. A huge contrast to the frames that had been in fashion previously, cat eye glasses marked a new era of chic style for women. The glasses were originally created to be worn only with optical lenses, but it was the hugely famous actress Audrey Hepburn that kicked off the trend for cat eye sunglasses after her starring role in 1961 hit film Breakfast at Tiffanys. Previous to Breakfast at Tiffanys, winged out glasses had been worn by Hollywood starlets such as Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor, but throughout the 60s the style was more accessible to a larger amount of women through the addition of...

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Inspired by Nature

Inspired by the energy of the city and cork oak forests, Bamboo Panda  became passionate about creating beautiful cork bags and accessories for eco fashion lovers. In a world where there is a desperate need of eco-friendly alternatives, cork stands out of the crowd as the number one sustainable raw material. It is really light! It is wear resistant! It is soft to touch and unique! Despite its "spongy" look, cork is waterproof! Being elastic! Compressible! Sturdy! Slow combustion and water and gas impermeable! Cork is a slow combustion material. That is to say, yes it burns but very slowly and it doesn't produce flame so it doesn't spread. Also, when burning, the smoke that it releases is not toxic!...

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Timeless classic became even more attractive

The influence of my favorite television series Mad Men promoted the prototype of nowadays clubmaster browline. Fancy guy and idol of many Don Draper was proudly walking along the Madison Avenue in navy blue suite and dark brown browline made the frame even more popular.Later on, eyewear giant Ray Ban, which already dominated the sunglasses market with their Wayfarers and Aviator sunglasses, introduced the Clubmaster, a traditional browline frame with sunglass lenses, and the Clubmaster Max, a Wayfarer shaped-and-sized browline.The Clubmaster went on to become the third best selling sunglasses style of the 1980s leaving behind the Wayfarer and aviator.When first time I put on the bamboo temples clubmaster combined it with pair of worn jeans and a white shirt I...

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my favorite zebra :)

Zebra Wood...Round shape...And polarized brown lens...This sunglass is not just a piece of art but also my favorite accessory. I combine it with almost every style from casual to classic.Complexion of dark brown to black on golden yellow make it look even more unique .Recently I have read that Zebra wood is used in Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz luxury class cars.      

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