Another design dug out of the archives – in the case of Sunpocket Original sunglasses it's not too long since they left circulation the first time round.
The sunglasses originated in the late 1970s in France, where they were developed for use in skiing and other winter sports. However, they reached their hey-day in the 1980s, when their folding frame and looks found favour on the street too. They're back again, to see if they can reach such levels of popularity again in 2011.
This matt vanilla pair costs £45.
Buy them from Glass Boutique
Here is something just a little different for winter wear – the Ellesse 1970s replica ski jacket.
Admittedly more suitable for a skiing break (that’s what it was originally designed for), it should be pretty useful if winter kicks in hard again this year too. A limited edition collector’s piece, the jacket is an exact archive replica, with a ‘puffer’ style, ribbed collar, waist and cuffs, side pockets, warm padded insulation and of course, some eye-catching ’70s style.
If you want one, you can grab one online for £249.
Find out more at the Stuarts of London website
It's the season for winter sports (should you be that way inclined) and what better way to celebrate than with these Art Deco-style ski posters from Pullman Editions.
Looking every bit like a classic travel posters from the 1920s or '30s, they're in fact commissioned by Pullman Editions who aim to publish striking posters in the Art Deco style. The poster pictured is part of their first collection, entitled 'Art Deco in the Alps', which contains 24 different designs to pick from that cover a variety of famous European ski resorts. Each poster is printed using traditional lithographic techniques and is limited to 280 per print.
The posters sell unframed for £395.
Find out more online