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This incredible video shows a designer making sunglasses out of old jeans.Jack Spencer, who is 34-years-old, came up with the idea while working with carbon fibre.Now, ten years later, he has refined the process and sells the sunglasses for £195 each. The accessories take two weeks to make.
It’s unclear what the object was
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Cast your mind back to last March 23, 2020. It was our first day we were told to “stay at home”. The city emptied of office workers. Tourists retreated. Shops, hotels and attractions shut. The exodus from London’s streets was stark. Images of an empty Piccadilly Square and deserted Trafalgar Square filled newspaper pages. Now in our third lockdown, London, which accounts for nearly a quarter of the UK economy, is once again disconcertingly quiet. Hotels, attractions, restaurants and “non-essential” shops are mostly shuttered. All but essential travel is against government guidance. As we swiftly head towards the anniversary of the first nationwide closure – for now, lockdown regulations are due to expire on March 31 – how might 12 months of restrictions have left our greatest tourist city? To begin with, a dramatic drop off in international visitors. Pre-pandemic, tourism was worth £18.7 billion to the economy. Some 21 million international visitors came to London in 2019. Allen Simpson of London & Partners, the organisation responsible for promoting London as a tourist destination, says visits to the city fell by approximately 72 per cent last year.
Anyone else feeling more glued to a screen than ever before?
The death of the young Swedish journalist in Copenhagen shocked the world in 2017. A new drama focuses squarely on how police solved the crime. ‘This was a story about people who worked brutally hard to solve this case,’ Tobias Lindholm tells James Rampton
Doesn't include Joe Exotic, for those who were wondering.
Winter viewing plans, sorted
Channel your inner Daphne.