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Haven’t heard of Smoke & Mirrors yet? Well, remember the name as you’ll probably see a lot more from them in the future. The brand was newly founded in New York and has brought together a worldwide team of designers … Continue reading
Eye Respect was born out of a desire to pay homage to the long and distinguished histories of English & Italian culture, style and standards of craftsmanship. Eye Respect frames are designed and manufactured by hand. The designs are conceived … Continue reading
Both Jasmin and I have a special love for RVS eyewear. Avant-garde design and amazing colour combinations at its best. In addition, all colour combinations are unique. Forget about mass production and boring product catalogues, from RSV you get a … Continue reading
If you love typography and glasses, you’ll find this fun! The Japanese company Type has combined these two and put them on your face. Just like a typeface gives the content character, glasses give your face character. Choose from the lines Garamond … Continue reading
Some good looking party ladies I met at one of the many daytime parties of Burning man last week. So many cool people!! More to come, stay tuned…
These ladies didn’t pass by unnoticed, such a cool group of friends! All wearing great sunnies and outfits in amazing colours. Well done, ladies!
One day we played with tull, it was tutu tuesday! Instead of creating a regular tutu I made a tutu for my head and wore it together with the “Nova” shades from the MYKITA Mylon collection. Chiquita banana! More updates … Continue reading
I’ve been spending a few amazing days in NYC. Wow, what a city! Three days passed way to fast though, I definitely need to go back. Outside of ACE Hotel I spotted this colourful, urban chic lady. All dressed in … Continue reading
This brought a smile to my face. In this ongoing series titled Unlikely, artist and photographer Giuseppe Colarusso imagines bizarre and humorous objects, each of which is either technically impossible, improbable, or simply useless in its proposed design. See some 50+ additional concepts … Continue reading
These are some of the old school instruments an Optometrist uses when asking the classic questions “Better or Worse” or “1 or 2″. They still work perfectly great!