The new models from the British classic Savile Row are in acetate. Available in a handful very traditional and tasteful colors, they are all hand made in London, just like all the other classic frames.
Here’s one of my favorite rimless frames.
Last day in Kerman, Iran.
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!
One of my favorite glasses. Classic Algha Savile Row Round Eye with black Windsor Rims that I put on myself.
This week is SUNGLASS WEEK!
We’re starting off with round ones and each day will be packed with our favorite sunnies!
Vintage Ray-Ban and Savile Row, from Lunettes Store.
Oliver Peoples Sheldrake
When I travel I usually bring a few glasses with me. Luckily they don’t take up much space!
From the top: Oliver Goldsmith Sunglasses Uuksuu, My moms oldies from the 80’s, Graz Joel, Graz Stray 1, Algha Savile Row Round with original clip-ons.
Lovely Savile Row Round, probably my favorite glasses right now. I added the colorful Windsor rings myself, there are so many different to chose from! Black like Harry Potter, red, blue, multi colored or take them off to expose the lovely gold! Match your glasses to any outfit!
Both Jasmin and I bought ourselves a new pair of glasses this weekend, and ironically we both chose a round, retro/vintage, golden metal frame:
Jasmin’s frame is the thin one, from Savile Row. Mine is the second one, it is a vintage frame from Beau Monde that I found in the Bågar & Glas in Gamla Stan (Old Town) of Stockholm.
Below you can see Jasmin wearing her new Savile Row, it suits exceptionally!