Bailey from Barton Perreira’s Spring/Summer 2013 look really nice with that metal bar on top.
Simon Mårtelius with his daughter Alea. Simon is wearing Barton Perreira glasses and jacket from WeSC!
What is old is new. There are several glasses in a 1920’s or 1930’s type of style. They are so beautiful and classic. Traditionally made metal frames in a slightly droopy round shape, delicate details in the metal and tortoise colored rims.
From the top: Algha Savile Row Panto, Oliver Peoples Vintage MP-2, Barton Perreira Corso (46) and Garrett Leight Winston.
What a classic combo: Yellowish acetate frame with bottle green lenses!
Here are my favorites:
Clockwise from the top: Epos Venere, Garrett Leight Kinney, Epos Argos, Oliver Peoples Vintage O’Malley.
Barton Perreira Ribisi in Champagne/Vintage Green Lens
All sunglasses from Lunettes Shop. From the front:
Voyage Voyage & Noblesse from Lunettes Kollektion, Players 276 (Vintage)
Mattias Almgren enjoying the Spring Sun in Stockholm in his Barton Perreira.
Mido was great! I had such a great time full of inspiration. I’ve been looking at the news from several brands and also photographing stylish people in Milan. Can’t wait to share everything with you guys!
Some favorites from the MIDO fair:
(More deep going posts and a lot of more pictures will soon be uploaded!)
Lately, we’ve seen many nuances of grey from different eyewear brands.
Last week in Paris I met a beautiful woman who works at the family owned optician Optiek Tackoen in Hasselt, Belgium. She looks cool and stylish in her Reiz frames!
If you’re looking for a pair of glasses with a thin acetate texture in a classic style but with a unique touch I would recommend you to take a look at Barton Perreira.
They offer a lot of classic shapes in interesting colors. Some of my favorites:
You don’t need to have a crazy eyewear to be unique. Something that simple as a interesting color can do the job as well!