Sunglasses made from fishing nets
WATERHAUL, £65 The sight of plastic containers and fishing nets washed up along the shore demonstrates our impact on the planet. However, one Cornwallbased social enterprise has been retrieving this type of jetsam and recycling it into sunglasses. There are two styles available: the Kynance ( below) and the squarer Fitzroy – both have polarised glass lenses with UVA/UVB protection. The frames are lightweight yet robust, with a comfortable fit and the entire product can be recycled via Waterhaul’s lifetime warranty. You can also order prescription lenses through the website ( for an additional £20). These trendy shades are one plastic item you wouldn’t be dismayed to see on a trip to the beach this summer.