For All Our Ladies: beautiful feminine glasses coming up!
They come in many variations: large or small, colorful or natural tones, sharp or more rounded – as long as it’s a cat shape!
We really like the new metal frames and all the structures you can make with metal and how you can recreate a classic acetate frame as a metal frame. Love love love l.a. Eyeworks’ lacy frames and MYKITA’s awesome shapes yet light frames.
l.a. Eyeworks Tuffy
l.a. Eyeworks Tarzana
l.a. Eyeworks Fiction Hum
Moscot Miltzen in Titanium
Moscot Lemtosh in Titanium
Oliver Peoples has made a frame inspired by Gregory Peck as the attorney Atticus Finch in the classic movie “To Kill a Mockingbird” from 1962.
A round shape frame and key hole bridge. Love the horizontal plaques on the front and the temples, it really gives it the perfect look!
Aviators are probably the most common type of sunglasses and come in many different variations, from the egg shaped to the straight almost square shaped.
Cutler And Gross 902
Porsche Design 8478 C
MYKITA Franz in Limited Edition Gold
MYKITA Hector in Edelweiss
Dita X Cazal MOD 902 C3
MYKITA Ferris in Taupe
Tom Ford Helene in Gold is a very feminine version of the aviator.
Oliver Goldsmith Carl in Sherry
Mosley Tribes Becker
Lancier 003 in Gold and G-15 Lens
Leisure Society Brighton in Gold/Brown
Earlier today we showed you a few true classics. There are many frames inspired by them but with a modern touch.
Neil Diamond. Photo: Oliver Peoples
Paul Frank A Sacrifice to Sophistication in Black
Tom Ford Cary in Tortoise
Garrett Leight Speedway Topbar
Cutler And Gross M1008 in Dark Tortoise
Oliver Peoples and Japanese fashion designer Takahiro Miyashita teamed up for a collection called the SoloIst.
All frames are made of deadstock vintage materials, aged metal parts. And there are clip on sunglasses to match! These warm and dapper frames are currently only released in Japan, can be baught here.
Le Corbusier, pseudonym for Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, the famous French-Swiss architect and artist known for contibuting to what is called “Modern Architecture”. He was very loyal to one type of frame, in fact that type of glasses are called Le Corbusier or “Architect frames”.
This type of frame has lots of character, is bold and simple. A great feature is that even strong prescriptions look great in a round think frame like this. Frames inspired by the Le Corbusier frame: