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January 19, 2012

Terry Richardson – the world's most famous glasses

Fotografo de renove, Terry Richardson ja teve a oportunidade de fazer quase tudo na sua vida – editou varios livros com as suas fotografias, fotografou um calendario da Pirelle, e contractado por inumeras revistas e marcas de roupa e trabalha com todo o tipo de ‘famosos’ e nao so. A Kate Moss e uma das suas melhores amigas, a Carie Roitfeld adora as suas ‘criacoes’, as modelos mal conseguem esperar para ser…

January 6, 2012

Glasses ain't nothing without a face

via tokyofaces Via stockholmstreetstyle via creativityinabox via perfection makes me yawn via the satorialist via the satorialist via tokyofaces via retrosuperfuture via the satorialist via Hi Styley via Hi Styley Keep uploading your photos on weloveglasses guys. There ain’t nothing as inspiring as seeing glasses come alive on someones face. And my new years promise: This year my camera is finally going to see some daylight when I go…

September 26, 2012

Il 2012 è l'anno degli occhiali in legno

…piccolo o grande dettaglio che lo renda diverso da tutti gli altri: puristi, ecosostenibili, tecnologici, e… . Il primo da citare nel mondo degli occhiali di legno è Herrlicht, che ha scelto la strada del “puro legno”. Andreas Licht è un designer tedesco che ha creato il suo marchio tedesco nel 2005. Lavora davvero solo con il legno, lo intaglia a mano pezzo dopo pezzo, lo leviga, lo modella, non usa nessuna macchina industriale e non usa

October 29, 2015

Watch The Evolution Of Men’s Eyewear In Under Three Minutes

  Kicking things off with the 1930s, round tortoiseshells were just swell. 1930s: Round Tortoiseshell with Saddle Bridge The 1940s introduced round glasses and metal aviators to the badasses out there. 1940s: Celluloid Rounded Aviators And, of course with rock n’ rollers like Buddy Holly, the 1950s were all about Wayfarers and square glasses. 1950s: Browline Combos Things took a turn for the suave in the 1960s. James Bond, anybody? 1960s:…

January 27, 2016

The Glasses of The Future are Made from Paper

Perhaps the glasses of the future will be made with Paper. A handcrafted masterpiece requires time and patience. With up to 20 layers of the most elegant Italian fine paper from Fedrigoni are placed on on top of each other, shaped and then vacuum bonded using skin-friendly synthetic resin. The frame is then cut out using precision milling. This is then followed by manual “fine tuning”, filing and polishing. The last layer is a

September 18, 2011

A new concept is born – Hair Glasses

Studio Swine Hair Glasses A new concept is born – sustainable fashion eye year – glasses made from human hair and bioresine (yes, it is okay to be speechless after you read this, I was too! shah). This project is quite new and was born from a partnership between the english Royal College of Art and Studio Swine, a multi-disciplinary design practice by Azusa Murakami and Groves Alexander. Up until now 9 pairs have been designed of…

January 18, 2016

Interview with Garrett Leight about Making It

Garrett Leight is the first to admit that being the son of Larry Leight, founder of iconic, 30-year-old eyewear brand Oliver Peoples, has benefited his own pursuits in the eyewear business. He learned the ropes working for his father’s company after attending college in Los Angeles, and while he initially wanted to break into journalism, he came to realize that eyewear was in his blood: In 2009, he opened up an optical store (A. Kinney…

May 21, 2014

Made in Italy

Ahhh, l’Italia! As you probably already know, the “Made in Italy” mark is widely recognized as a synonym of quality, elegance and style for any imaginable product sold worldwide. Eyewear is no exception: Italy is the main manufacturing country in the worldwide eyewear market (27%) and dominates in the luxury segment (75%). The Belluno area (in the Veneto region, north-east) is the main production district in the country…

Karen Walker’s Arrow Motif Takes Center Stage in New Campaign

Since launching eyewear in 2005, Karen Walker’s sunglasses have become among the most recognizable on the market. They’re a favorite among both celebrities and street style stars, are sold in over 30 countries (with big-name accounts like Barneys, Harvey Nichols and Net-a-Porter) and brought in an estimated $35 million in 2014. But unlike many eyewear brands with this level of success and recognizability, Walker’s frames have…

August 13, 2015

Artist Strook draws Antwerp for Theo’s new collection

The Antwerp eyewear label Theo doesn’t believe in colouring inside the lines. That’s why Theo got in touch with the Bruges-based artist Strook. Theo asked Strook to do something on the theme of ‘Antwerp’, the label’s hometown. The result was so amazing that Theo instantly decided to launch a limited edition. Artist Strook and Theo met each other about four years ago through the platform for young designers. Soon afterwards,…