By The Nation
The campaign features four shots starring four singular characters. In one, The Ray-Ban Marshal leaves behind the city in his rearview mirror as he protagonist drives into a never-ending sunset and stripped of restraints, allows his skin to absorb the warm light of freedom.
Fit for a tug-of-war
Onitsuka Tiger has just releases the new version of its Tsunahiki shoe, which was based on a tug-of-war competition and first introduced in 1982. This first generation model was one of the first tug-of-war competition shoes ever made and features a wide, wrapped rubber outer sole with improved cushioning and he addition of an Ortholite mid-sole. The original piping, stretching from around the shoelace holes to the collar and eyelet design has been left the same. The new model is true to the original lava orange-and-oatmeal scheme and four more new colours are also available.
Firming up for day and night
French skincare brand Clarins introduces it new Extra-Firming Day and Night Cream. Suitable for all skin types, the wrinkle-control day cream has a fresh and silky texture that puts the spring back into the skin. The key ingredient, extract of kangaroo flower, helps plump and firm the skin for a smoother, radiant and visibly younger-looking complexion. The night cream, which boasts similar ingredients, uses Moonstone Hydrated Silica to maintain the skin’s youthful qualities, reduce wrinkles and rejuvenate the skin while you sleep.