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.
Look at the amazing details!
I’m in love with these wonderful frames from Oliver Peoples! They have relaunched a modified version of the classic MP-2 (the original came in smaller sizes). They’re all made in the old factory situated in Japan, and are therefore of a great quality. The collection also offers a clip-on in the same style. This is perfection.
Earlier today we showed you a few true classics. There are many frames inspired by them but with a modern touch.
Oliver Peoples Jack One. Inspired by a frame worn by Neil Diamond:
Neil Diamond. Photo: Oliver Peoples
Paul Frank A Sacrifice to Sophistication in Black
Tom Ford Cary in Tortoise
Garrett Leight Speedway Topbar
Barton Perreira Corso Chestnut Antique Gold Brown Lens. VERY similar to the popular Oliver Peoples MP-2.
Cutler And Gross M1008 in Dark Tortoise