20/20 Magazine

Jul 2006

July 2006 Cover

 

In this issue:

Upfront
Eye in the Sky
Superman flies back into movie theaters this summer—and he’s brought some superstylish eyewear with him.

 

Upfront
On the Fendi Express
Da Vinci faced its Waterloo and created quite a buzz in the interim thanks in part to Marchon’s Fendi eyewear.

 

Upfront
That’s Life
Want the star treatment? Luxottica Group just launched Ray-Ban’s “Win the Hollywood Life” promotion, featuring a VIP trip for two to Hollywood, Calif. as the grand prize.

 

Upfront
The Red See
Of course we jumped at the chance recently to accompany over 100 distributors from around the globe as they revved into a sea of red and had their imaginations charged up during an exclusive tour of the Ferrari auto factory in Maranello, Italy.

 

Upfront
Hall of Frames
LUCK BE A LADY — Some well-known women were fitted with Vogue sunglasses from Luxottica at the 2006 Lucky Club hospitality suite during Upfront week in New York, which is when TV networks unveil their programming for the fall season.

 

Upfront
Street Seen
‘O SOL ‘O MIO — Welcome to Venice as 20/20 takes a two part summer vacation photographing the best sunglasses on the streets of eyewear’s ultimate heritage birthplace.

 

Features
Kids' Stuff
Colorful. Daring. Lively. Stylish. Seriously playful. Playfully serious. And loaded with potential. It’s the kids… and their eyewear. James J. Spina, 20/20 editor-in-chief, gives a forecast for the future that is beaming with children’s frames options.

 

Features
Fun in the Sun
And for those trips to the pool or beach, remember swim goggles designed just for kids.No kidding.

 

Features
Primary School
Moshe Roth, OD, is all about solving problems.

 

Editors Note
The Child in Me
And this 20/20 wonderfully top heavy with kids...

 

Fashion Feature
Kids' Stuff
Colorful. Daring. Lively. Stylish. Seriously playful. Playfully serious. And loaded with potential. It’s the kids… and their eyewear. James J. Spina, 20/20 editor-in-chief, gives a forecast for the future that is beaming with children’s frames options.

 

L&T
Pro Active
Our culture is sports crazy. We all talk about sports, watch sports on TV and introduce our children to sports at an early age.

 

L&T
Delivering a Safety Sermon
I don’t have much patience for proselytizers. I tend to tune out anyone who sanctimoniously preaches about politics, religion, philosophy or any other topic.

 

L&T
High Tech Solutions For Low Vision Patients
Low vision patients typically seek care because they have lost the ability to carry out the activities they engage in on a daily basis because of an impairment in their vision.