Revenge is a dish best served cold, but I’d prefer to freeze faces with bone chilling artful eyewear. My first choice would be this creation by Fashion House Aura Tout Vu. These glasses are the perfect representation of Haute Couture and all it embodies with these ever so detailed crystal encrusted shades. Round lenses are topped off with a flower design making these frames blinged out to the max.
These gorgeous and opulent glasses literally wear like jewelry for the face. Case in point, there is an equally decadent crystal chocker to match these over the top ruby eyes. No expense or attention to detail is spared in these lustful creations, but the thin frame of the eyeglasses and nude lip tone of the model is certainly appreciated in the complete look.
Mecura NYC is composed of designers Rachel Cohen-Lunning and Merrilee Lichtenstein Cohen, and this is a team that has quite the resume. Best know for their contributions to the Hotel Chelsea in the 1970’s, Mecura continues to wow it’s customers and admirers with detailed creations such as jewelry, clothing, and headdresses, to name a few. It is no surprise that fabulous and detailed eyewear, such as these multi-toned beaded pair below, has made it onto Mecura’s curriculum vitae.
Opulence and color are synonymous with the Miranda Konstantidou 2013 dazzling shades seen here. An unexpected thin mustard tone wire frame comes complete with bedazzled round lenses. There is not one, but two rows of bling to make these shades stand out from the rest.
Any woman who isn’t afraid to take the stage and be a star is one we admire! Rounded lenses are also a fashionable retro throw back but these brown lenses feature that surprise bling that keeps the eyewear sparkly and fresh.
There is no denying that this crystal mask by Roshar was created for the sole purpose of art. The two large pear shaped crystals covering the eyes are only the beginning of this ornate eyewear masterpiece. Though lacking color, this work of art creates shape and dimension of divine proportions with no problem at all.