Get into the St. Patty’s Spirit with our Irish Eyes mix.
Frames from our vintage collection! #throwbackthursday
Sick during fashion week? Flu during an important event? Take a peek at Garance Doré's article to learn what you should do: http://bit.ly/1jP8NhC
The very casual Chanel supermarket.
Photo by Giovanni Giannoni
The show covered both American and Italian Pop Art, as well as the idea of the individualist spirits of the artists and a whiff of Sixties Mod. For More
For those of you whose daily accessories begin with your go-to eyewear (and even those sans prescription), these 25 looks will have you reconsidering your current frames in a flash. Read more of Refinery 29’s article.
One of the things I love about San Francisco is the color. It’s everywhere: from murals in hidden alleyways to the bright shades of the houses that line our streets. A leisurely stroll in this city could put your Crayola colors knowledge to the test. Ever wonder how or why they all got that way? For many of them, you can thank Dr. Color. Read more from the Bold Italic’s article.
Colin McDowell speaks to Diane Pernet, the perennially black-clad former designer and journalist, who was one of the world’s first fashion bloggers and a pioneer of fashion film. Read more from The Business of Fashion’s full article.
The idea that glasses can transform and reinvent the wearer’s personal style was recognized as early as the late 1600s with companies such as C.W. Dixey & Son who created diamond-encrusted frames for the likes of Sir Winston Churchill and Napoleon Bonaparte. By the 1940s, designer specs had appeared on the cover of Vogue. Read more.
Earth is the third planet from the Sun and is the largest of the terrestrial planets. Unlike the other planets in the solar system that are named after classic deities the Earth’s name comes from the Anglo-Saxon word erda which means ground or soil. The Earth was formed approximately 4.54 billion years ago and is the only known planet to support life.
NASA is responsible for this dataset made from a compilation of satellite images throughout 2001.
Image Credit: NASA
Kanye West was not the original wearer of the ‘shutter shades’. In the old days these type of glasses were called Venetian Blind Shades. Check out this picture from 1950. Read more.
Anna Wintour is amazing!
Eyewear Designer Interview #1: Atelier Matin
There are a few objects of great desire in the Blythe world and Atelier Matin glasses are not only one of them, but they also are on top of many wishlists. Masanari is a team member of the Asian team for the For the Love of Blythe project and we already know that their girl will get beautiful eyewear, which every other doll will envy. Read more…http://bit.ly/1c3uGEh