Bailey from Barton Perreira’s Spring/Summer 2013 look really nice with that metal bar on top.
MYKITA showed such a great collection at the SILMO fair in Paris this October!
Cool new colors such as matte red, green and cobalt blue, accent colors such as neon pink and violet combined with large round shapes is a hit!
The l.a. Eyeworks booth really popped out at this year’s SILMO fair in Paris. Bold colors in happy patterns and awesome sculptures covered it all! FUN!
The amazing Brent Zerger, looking even more handsome every day.
The shape of Garrett Leight and McNeairy’s round metal frame is perfect. The collection, two metal frames made in Japan and one acetate made in America were first seen at Mark McNairy’s SS13 runway show last week.
“We looked back at the incnspicuous weirdos, maniacs, creeps, and people that don’t give a damn what anyone thinks.” McNairy says. Think guys like Aristotle Onasis, Charles Bukowski, Allen Ginsberg, Groucho Marx, even Donald Sutherland as Hawkeye in MASH.
I love the temple tip loop.
The new Oliver Peoples Kincaid has all the great details of a slightly smaller feminine aviator. It’s not droopy, the top bar is perfectly curved and the titanium finish is slightly matte.
Meet the new line of the Moscot Originals – not only made of Metal but also inspired of Metal Music! Really cool, yet classic. My favorite is the one I’m wearing in the picture – Mendel in Gold with 30% Violet Tinted Lenses.
Bright colors! Bold shapes! Fun and Crazy. New yet timeless. Once you go Theo it’s hard to go back!
This is how I would describe Belgian eyewear brand Theo. The frames are sturdy and durable, the styles are bold and hard to place in a timeframe.
A Collaboration with Rad Hourani resluted in these Mylon frames called Rad. It’s a crazy shape and I dont think you could do this in acetate since the lens is slid in from above. Be sure to check out Mylon, we’ll probably see some great things in this material!