I teamed up with the talented Dominique Hernandez to create a series of photos for the Swedish Optometry Magazine Optik. For this spread I wanted to use regular eyewear and not only sunglasses just because it was a summer issue. Stay tuned for more photos!
Hope you like it, enjoy!
Photography: Dominique Hernandez.
Styling: Jasmin Yaya
Wish you all a wonderful summer!
MYKITA Tauno in Shiny Silver & Thom Browne TB101-D BLK-GLD
Lindberg n.o.w. 6508 Crystal
LINDBERG Model 9802
Lindberg is now giving their interpretation of the icon frame from the 50’s, probably best known as “Clubmaster”.
It looks really nice! Technology meets retro and retro meets mew materials – we like. As always from Lindberg the frame is very light weight and 100% nonallergic.
Want to know more about Lindberg? Check out (THIS POST) from our archive.
Lars Bøjvad, head designer at Lindberg wearing Lindberg Horn.
The new Lindberg frames reacently arrived! Some are super new and some are new sized and colors. I love the lightness of Lindberg frames.
If you have a problem with acetate frames not sitting well on your nose try Lindberg! They all have nosepads and the nosepads can be changed into larger, smaller, hard or silicone so there should be a pair that fits YOU!
Lindberg Acetate 1014 in two new colors; a beautiful transparent turquise and a three layered soft gray for this stylish round frame.
Lindberg Acetate 1145 is a new large thin cat shaped frame.
Lindberg Acetate 1011 comes in a new transparent gray color.
Kirsten is a new Rim frame that has a soft feminine version of an aviator. Classy and modern. We chose a pink gold color for this frame but you can choose from about 60 (!) different colors. I really like the hinge made of titanium treads wired around each other. It’s durable, stylish and well made.
Two blue frames from the Danish eyewear brand Lindberg. Blue is a great eyewear color for scandinavian people!
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:
Cutler And Gross 870
Cutler And Gross 1025
Epos Milano Oan
Oscar Magnuson Davide
l.a. Eyeworks Pocket