travelstyle Here comes the sun... FEBRUARY marks the unofficial start of spring. As the days get longer and the sun starts shining, a new pair of shades is a welcome treat. From the house of Burberry, which marked its 150th anniversary last year, comes an eyewear collection that takes inspiration from the icons of its past and present. Details range from the D-ring buckle to equestrian knights and the quilted check pattern, which appears on this pair of classic black Burberry shades (168) that work for both men and women. Prada's spring-summer 2007 collection includes sunglasses made from innovative materials such as rubber, metal and durable plastic that are intended for active and leisure lifestyles. This pair of steel rimmed lightweight Prada sunglasses (195) with a bridge made of rubber to ensure comfort works on the slopes and the streets of the city. And Rayban, which has been making eyewear since 1937, continues to build on its iconic sunglass model with an updated take on the classic aviator (146) with lightweight frames. -KP Rayban Burberry Burberry's collection takes inspiration from style icons. Prada Lenscare BIOSOAK all-in-one is a Finnish care solution for cleaning and storing soft contact lenses. The biological detergent is tissue compatible and biodegradable and the product comes in a handy travel pack, which has been cabin-approved that means you can take it onboard. www.piiloset.fi Eau d'happiness WHETHER it works or not, the idea alone will probably make you smile: Smiley's antidepressant eau de toilette claims to combat sadness. According to its ...and here comes the light AN EXHIBITION of paintings by Finnish painter Elin Danielson-Gambogi (1861-1919), who settled in Italy in the late 1890s with her Italian artist husband Raffaello Gambogi, is on display at the Didrichsen Museum's "In the Italian Light." On display are several paintings previously unexibited in Finland. Kuusilahdenkuja 1 www.didrichsenmuseum.fi Swiss manufacturers, it contains micro-nutrients that activate happiness such as therobromine and phenylethylamine (natural mood elevators), as well as musk, bergamot and patchouli. 29 for 30 ml www.happytherapy.com TOP5 ways to be happy ONE You have many reasons for gratitude. Focus on your assets and strengths. These may be the people you love and cherish, or the skills and knowledge that you have, your health, schooling and hobbies. Everyone has some bad habits or behaviours. However, the good news is that these can be changed if recognised. Show your appreciation of the people you love and value daily. Let them know that you love them, give help and support and share their sorrows and joys. Remember that bitterness is the worst enemy of happiness. Ask forgiveness and forgive those who have hurt you. With bitterness you hurt yourself more than anyone else. Give your time and money to causes that are important to you. Those who give are happier than those who always look for what they lack. TWO THREE FOUR FIVE Markku Ojanen is a professor of happiness at the University of Tampere. 20 BLUE WINGS FEBRUARY 2007
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