The All Seeing Eye

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Tagged: eyewear

GOTHIC GLAM AT ANNA SUI FALL/WINTER 20 RUNWAY SHOW

Gothic glamour has never looked so good. Juxtaposing the SS20 pastel array collection, Anna Sui takes on a dark approach to NYFW with her FW20 show. Titled Gothic Vamp, Anna captures inspiration from the ’70s horror film Daughter of Darkness, explaining how the film got her “into the mood of thinking about this season –… Read More

INTO THE WOODS WITH YOHJI YAMAMOTO EYEWEAR

Darkness, airy construction and poetic detail remain the signature of Yohji Yamamoto. The designs evolve under the masters’ brief, ‘Dramatic, Avant-Garde + Intelligent’. The SS20 Collection introduces serene cool tones and earthy neutrals, mixed with industrial metals, in new striking designs. Each style balances volume with lightness; pairing Metal styles crafted in ultra-light Duralumin, with… Read More

SANDRO’S GRAPHIC TORTOISE PRINT IS THE PATTERN OF THE SEASON

Modern and refined, the Sandro optical collection for autumn/winter 2019 combines streetwear functionality with chic Parisian style. Sandro optical SD2017 style is a geeky looking model combining gloss acetate and metal. It takes inspiration from the elegant round frames popular in the 70s and exudes a very feminine graphic tortoise print. Made up of autumnal… Read More

PEPE JEANS HIGHLIGHTS THE NEW OPTICAL COLLECTION FOR WOMEN

This year, Pepe Jeans have enriched their optical collection with new designs, cleverly mixing both new and traditional prints to create a fashion-forward range. With consistent similarity between the women’s and men’s range, the details transcend in a different way that reflects the brand’s fun approach to the new optical line. Features from the women’s… Read More

INTRODUCING THE NEW SERGIO TACCHINI EYEWEAR COLLECTION AT SILMO

Introducing the first Sergio Tacchini eyewear collection designed, produced and distributed by Mondottica. From the tennis courts to the streets, the brands’ winning sports heritage is at the core of each style. Three focused directions act as a starting point for the design process: the BLUE range, featuring a timeless classic feel to the fashion… Read More