Positive Perfection: Pierre Eyewear

Over the years, we have written about Pierre Eyewear artistic eyeglasses. Horses, Salamanders, Cars, Vespas, Daisies, moustashes and more. I just have to tell you, eyewear designer Pierre Cariven is more than just funky, fun frame designer and it is about time we tell you. He spent time in the United States and has worked […]

#Rio2016 Olympics: Portugal’s Clush Eyewear Honors Mosaic Tiles

Nothing says Portugal more than their tile. In honoring Portugal for the Summer Olympics 2016, we found the most amazing eyewear company that is creating Tile Motif Eyewear based upon Portugal’s history. Founded in 2014, Clush Eyewear crushes it with subtle embellished tiles on the eyewear. As an example, eyewear style Lisboa. Lisbon is known […]

Royal Stewart Tartan Eyewear From Lafont

Royal Stewart Capsule Eyewear Collection From LaFont Eyewear comes in shapes for every face and style including punk. One of the best known tartans, the plaid is descended from the House of Stewart and is the personal tartan of Queen Elizabeth II. Least you think that Royal Stewart Plaid is only for mad about Plaiders, […]

Frida Khalo Inspired Sunglasses

Born July 6, 1907 in Mexico City, the late artist Frida Kahlo remains one of the most influential painters in the surrealist movement and the greater art community. Kahlo’s work is continually celebrated long after her death on July 13, 1954; she was the first artist of 20th Century Mexico to be displayed Louvre Museum in Paris […]

Alexander Arutyunov Sunglasses Trend Blast

Born in Georgia and now based in Moscow, designer Alexander Arutyunov is one to watch – and watch him closely! He draws inspiration everywhere, but loves to design for his regular clients, and that specific agenda reads on his intricate eyewear creations! When asked what’s hot for the season, the clothing, accessory and eyewear fashioner […]

Sol-Amor 1946 – A French Classic Reborn

Sol-Amor 1946 eyewear was originally created in France by designer George Lissac in, you guessed it, 1946. The brand was high-end and doted by fashionistas and celebrities alike.  Just how loved were Sol-Amor sunnies? Well, from the 1950s-70s some 15 million glasses were produced and sold, and about 95% of opticians in France carried the brand. […]

Kenzo Sunglasses – What’s in a Name?

“What’s in a name?” a question pondered by the leading damsel in William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet.  Her end synopsis is that a name (the name Montague, in particular) isn’t that important – but her agenda was no different than that of today’s consumers.  We like our designer brands, and we don’t mind showing it! […]