Oliver Peoples Sunglasses SS13

The new sunglasses from Oliver Peoples are very chic, the details are delicate and female styles are cat shaped.

Oliver Peoples Suglasses SS13 Annaliese I love these fine details in the metal on the Annaliese!

Oliver Peoples Suglasses SS13 Mande The acetate used for Mande is really nice and the thickness of the frame really brings the contrasts out!

Oliver Peoples Suglasses SS13 Sofee Softest colors ever on Sofee.

Oliver Peoples Suglasses SS13 Corie 1284 Well, hello matte teal Corie, matching my nailpolish! Very 80’s!

Oliver Peoples Suglasses SS13 Afton Light and transparent acetate and dark faded lenses makes a great combo! Love the three studs on the Afton.

Oliver Peoples Suglasses SS13 Afton   Afton is also available in matte black.

Oliver Peoples Suglasses SS13

Tictail Block Market

Tomorrow it’s Grolsch Block Party and Bonocle is present at the Tictail Block Market at Nytorget on Skånegatan in Stockholm.

We’ve longed for this moment for a long time now and are excited to finally present Bonocle’s latest collaboration with a well known eyewear brand! Come by to be the first one to see and try the new frames!

pssst…! If you want to catch a sneak peak of the frame you can check our facebook page.

New Graz

In Paris I met Graz Mulcahy, one of my favorite eyewear designers. Awesome to finally meet him!

You can tell he’s been working hard because he had many of new great frames to show, both sunglasses and optical. They’re beautiful, bold and fun. The colors are tortoise, gray, black and a few matte ones.

Great collection, can’t wait to see people wear them!


On his nose: A new Graz frame. On his neckline: A Garrett Leight sunglass.

I’m also very excited about the new glasses with Windsor rings around the metal on the front, like the one below:

have a pair of the Joel frame (like the one below) that i love because they are bold and perfectly round. I am very happy that Graz also makes them in titanum now, so they’re much lighter! They come as sunframes and optical.


Graz also made this genius poster showing in a humorous and detailed way how glasses are made:


If you din’t know, now you know. Temples are boxed in with a canon a few times.