Burton Introduces Spring Top Ten

Burton, one of the leading mens clothes retailers in the UK, has decided to help UK men achieve the right look this Spring by introducing the Burton Spring Top Ten.

This Spring Burton has introduced a must have Top Ten for the coming season. This is a collection of key interchangeable pieces designed to offer the modern man a complete capsule wardrobe for the season ahead.

Including a comfortable tailored Navy Herringbone Stripe single breasted jacket and matching trouser for a smart look, the collection also provides an entire wardrobe of items which can be transposed for a variety of casual looks. Ubiquitous straight cut jeans, beach tee, polo, grey tipped cardigan and chino trousers make up the main components of the collection, along with this season’s essential check styling details provided by a check bomber jacket and red/blue check casual shirt and tie.

A canvas dispatch bag and grey suede casual shoes help complete the look with their relaxed casual styling and versatility.

“The design team at Burton believe in combining accessible style and great value. We have defined the ten essential smart and casual fashion pieces for the British man to buy into for the spring 2009 season. While selecting this product we made sure Top Ten offered great fit, fabric and detail choice which could be bought as a whole capsule collection or individually to update any contemporary wardrobe.” Jonathan Lovett, Head of Design for Burton

While all the Top Ten pieces have been selected to work perfectly together, their design and versatility also mean they will be able to easily fit in and complement existing wardrobes to add this season’s key touches.


About Burton
Burton has a long history in mens clothing and fashion having been founded in 1903 by Montague Burton in Chesterfield. Burton now has over 400 outlets all over the UK and Ireland making it one of the country’s largest sellers of casual and formal menswear, including men’s jeans, shirts, men’s jackets, suits, knitwear, shorts, shoes, underwear and accessories.

Customers can also shop online f r o m the Burton.co.uk website which offers free returns in-store or by post and fast delivery to their home. The site features a useful size guide to ensure customers can get the correct fit. They can also sign up for the Burton newsletter, which offers all the latest style updates, exclusive discounts and competitions.

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Kaenon Polarized Introduces the New Arlo™ Sunglass

Kaenon Polarized™, the Southern California-based Luxury Performance™ sunglass brand, proudly announces the arrival of its newest lifestyle-inspired sunglasses for spring 2009. ARLO™ – characterized by its conservative, good looking design and universal fit, accommodates a wide range of face shapes.

Blending sophisticated street appeal with Kaenon’s SR-91® polarized lenses, these sunglasses offer superior optical clarity, color contrast, and depth perception in a lightweight, impact resistant package. ARLO is the latest addition to Kaenon’s quiver of uncompromising selection of sunglasses.

With its elegant lines, scripted metal inlay on the temples and 5-barrel metal hinges, ARLO is perfectly suited for any uptown excursion or outdoor adventure. The unisex design of ARLO offers an exceptionally comfortable sunglass fit for a wide variety of men’s and women’s face sizes. The Italian crafted TR-90 injection-molded frame keeps ARLO strong yet flexible. Subtle no-slip Variflex™ nose pads anchor ARLO to your face, while adding all-day-every-day comfort.

As the newest addition to Kaenon Polarized’s sunglass line, ARLO is available in Black with SR-91 lenses in Grey12, Matte Black with Grey12, and Tortoise with Copper12 lens options. As with all Kaenon Polarized sunglasses, ARLO is Rx adaptable and custom lens tints are available for nominal charge. Retail price: $199.

Founded by elite-level sailor, Olympic sailing coach, and Southern California native, Steve Rosenberg and his brother Darren, Kaenon Polarized represents the culmination of Rosenberg’s 20+years of experience in the sports optics world as a sponsored athlete, sports marketer, and executive. Since its launch in 2001 with its patented SR-91 lens, Light Transmission Level Technology, and award winning KORE product, Kaenon Polarized has continued Rosenberg’s mission to provide the elite athletes and active lifestyle enthusiasts with the clarity of polarized optics and high-performance frames with superior fit and luxurious style. Today, Kaenon Polarized is the Luxury Performance choice of professionals in both land and water sports such as golf, baseball, snow, surf, kitesurfing, windsurfing, fishing, sailing, and automotive racing, as well as entertainers in film and music.

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Displaysense Raise The Issue Of Fire And Safety Protocols In The Workplace

Displaysense calls for businesses and workers to take note of the upcoming national no smoking day and pay more attention to health and safety following potentially disastrous incident in Telford.

Ever since the introduction of the smoking ban in 2007 there have been mixed views on the law, however a warehouse worker in Telford decided to defy the regulation and watch some new office products go up in smoke.

Displaysense the UKs leading supplier of mannequins and shop display equipment were happy to receive a phone call from a customer, with what sounded like a repeat order for products the company had only ordered a month earlier.

During the phone call the unfortunate reason behind the repeat purchase was revealed. A temporary agency employee ignored the smoking ban, having snuck away for a crafty fag and accidently set fire to half of a small storage room at the back of their warehouse.

The company bought clothes rails, containers and display cabinets from Displaysense with the intention of using them in their offices after they completed a refurbishment and had temporarily placed them away in a storage room while the offices were decorated.

Steve Whittle the marketing manager at Displaysense commented, “Although our products are high quality, they are not meant to be completely fire proof. It was potentially a very dangerous situation and perhaps the individual involved should take note of the no smoking day on the 11th of March and quit while he is behind.”

Steve continued, “It just goes to show, with the various promotions the government runs to highlight the risks of fire, some businesses aren’t taking appropriate steps to protect their business and the message isn’t getting through to their workers”.

Given this incident, Displaysense are going to contact its customers to raise the question about their businesses health and safety measures, and offer appropriate solutions to protect their lively hood.

The fire and rescue services attend more than 30,000 work related fires around the country each year, with impacts including businesses not reopening, loss of jobs or even loss of life. With the no smoking day on March the 11th, the smoking ban and increased monitoring of fire and safety protocols in the workplace, it is hoped that this number falls and similar situations to that of the Telford warehouse can be avoided.

It is understood that employees at the warehouse managed to put out the fire without needing to contact the emergency services. The worker in question has subsequently been fired and told not to darken their doors or cabinets, again.

About Displaysense
Displaysense was established in September of 1978 as a manufacturer of quality point of sale displays. Displaysense has a wealth of experience in design and manufacturing and has been able to develop an ever growing standard range of over 1600 displays. The range is now extremely diverse including acrylic containers, display cabinets, mannequins, modular shelving units, exhibition displays and
business card holders.

Displaysense works with a large range of clients including, retailers (multiple and independent), blue chip corporate clients, cafés, bars, restaurants and night clubs, shop and office fitters, marketing and promotions companies, designers and architects, product distributors, exhibition contractors and exhibitors, printers, councils and NHS trusts, charities, schools and universities.

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