We love Arnette Eyewear. From the limited edition Public Enemy Collection sunglasses we reviewed, to the slickness of their winter video lookbook, it’s all top notch.
Arnette just released their Spring 2015 Collection. Capturing key modern elements with Arnette’s iconic tone, the Spring 2015 collection launches five new sunglasses encompassing a variety of round and retro shapes, and four new optical frames consisting of bold and edgy designs alongside softer silhouettes.
Key styles for the sunglasses range include the Fire Drill Lite and Tall Boy. The classic Fire Drill frame (pictured above) is scaled down this season for a fresh new look to fit smaller faces. The Fire Drill Lite features a 6-base lens with a nylon frame and is available in six classic colors. For a bolder look, Arnette created the Tall Boy shade which features a distinct 4-base shield lens, a first in the brands history.
The Tall Boy is also a part of the Arnette Creative Exchange System (A.C.E.S.), which includes an extra set of interchangeable arms.
Additional new sun releases include the Boiler, Biscuit, and Uncorked. The Boiler features a classic Arnette wrap frame while the Biscuit showcases edgy hot rod styling and beveled detailing. New to the A.C.E.S. Collection is the Uncorked, offering a clean retro design with a round lens shape. Arnette also presents The Mix Tape collection to the A.C.E.S. series this season, offering interchangeable arms with 80’s inspired graphics that celebrate the sonic vibe of youth culture.
Arnette expands their optical collection with the addition of four key styles: Bitrate, Crossfade, Scale and High Hat. The Bitrate was the brainchild of revolutionary video DJ Mike Relm, featuring a uniquely squared shape, dropped brow and Arnette’s signature D.O.T. temple tips (customized with DOT icons designed by Mike in his signature Black and Red colors) for reducing pressure. Another bold addition featuring round D.O.T. tips is the Crossfade built with a clean acetate frame and thicker stem designed for added style. The Scale and High Hat are softer frames featuring neutral silhouettes and detailing which round out the new RX collection.
Arnette’s new 2015 Spring Sunglass and Optical Collection will be available March 2nd on www.arnette.com and fine eyewear retailers worldwide. MSRP $69.00 – $130.
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You down with DSC? Yeah, you know me! To be honest, in the beginning, Dollar Shave Club intimidated me.
“It can’t be that simple, can it? But I’m so used to getting completely reemed every time I need to buy a new cartridge of razors. How will I feel inside?” It was sort of like going to the DMV and they were suddenly serving ice cream or some shit, saying “Hi” to you, asking about your day…
I was so used to being degraded by the corporate razor entities that somehow I lost my self worth in the process, dawg.
But Dollar Shave Club restored me. And here’s how it works.
When it comes to commercials, Dollar Shave Club doesn’t screw around. DSC also knows that when you buy overpriced razors at the store, you pay with your dignity.
They made some killer videos that elucidate why you should join the club that are hard to argue with.
Check out the other videos at the Dollar Shave Club YouTube channel.
No one has ever summarized a man’s relationship with his underwear as accurately as Garth Algar in “Wayne’s World”:
The relationship between a dude and his underwear is a strange thing. In the past, I’ve had roommates and friends who thought it was funny to keep a pair of underwear so long, they (the undies) gradually begin to degrade over time, until certain areas that once provided support were completely gaped open, leaving nothing to the imagination.
Put simply, guys don’t like to buy underwear; it feels weird. I have a pair of plaid boxers from 1999 on right now.
But what if I told you that chicks dig a nice pair of undies on a dude, the way we like sexy lingerie on our ladies? Let me hip you to a little game, in case you didn’t know: briefs and boxers are out. Trunks are in.
When I first became cognizant of trunks, it was like a foreign concept. Was this a legitimate term, or a clever, pachyderm-based play on words?
Regardless, trunks are boss. Even though they are a little “constrictive” at first, they make your bulge look big, like a young Bon Scott.
Don’t you want to accentuate your man hammer? Sure you do, and there’s nothing to feel bad about. But it isn’t just about that.
The SAXX Underwear Wikipedia page goes a little more “balls out” describing the product:
“SAXX Underwear is a men’s underwear company that designs underwear to prevent contact between the scrotum and thighs.”
Most clothing companies will put together a a PDF (or even worse, physical copy) of a look book to promote their latest styles and products.
But not Arnette. Check out the cool, hypnotic, quick take on an old school delivery method above.
We fell in love with Arnette’s Public Enemy Collection sunglasses. You should too.