Photographed by BLEACHER + EVERARD
A CAT AND MOUSE GAME!
No brand in the full history of brands says happiness for children better than… Disney. Arriving here with an oh-so-current CatEye shape, an intense shade of purple and inner secrets of hearts on its temples, this frame makes any
little girl smile.
DISNEY MINNIE 3E 4006 from Luxottica
LIKE FATHER… LIKE SON
Dad: You tortoise well.
ORIGINAL PENGUIN “The Hopper Jr” from Kenmark
RETRO TOO 402 from Zimco Optics
COLOR… MY WORD!
No one possesses a variety of signature hues in a more unique way than Lafont. And this near gummy-bear gleam is especially keen on a CatEye shape that uses the “club” split via a clever coloration matchup.
OLYMPE from Lafont
Of course she once loved pink… but now it’s time to move on to a special shade of her secret fashion passion.
CRAYOLA 130 from Colors in Optics
From top: JELLY BEAN 146 from i-dealoptics; EASYTWIST 958 from Aspex Eyewear;
CARRERA 7605 from Sàfilo
METAL IN YOUR AFFAIRS
There’s something to be said for any child’s frame rendered perfectly in metal, and this blue-boy
masterpiece is SO smart, right through to the secret of its ivory-colored temple tips.
OGI KIDS 104 from Ogi Eyewear
It was bound to happen… the clubman comes in full force for children’s eyewear, and these instances of mixed coloration (from Pez) and a playful metallic-to-solid sportster motif (from Converse) show the infinite new
potential of classic eyewear trending for kids.
From left: CONVERSE K014 from Rem Eyewear; PEZ 120 Catch from A&A Optical
From top: MENIZZI 3059K from Menizzi Eyewear; SUPERFLEX KIDS 132 from Classique Eyewear and WestGroupe
TEACH HIM TO BE A GOOD SPORT
For that boy who adores the thrill of gaming victory, no matter what game it is.
ADIDAS Invoke Youth a010 from Silhouette
How perfect… from Float… a shimmering see-through crystal that is equally Sea-True in color.
FLOAT KIDS 240 from Match Eyewear
HELLO KITTY 244 from Eyewear Designs
From left: LACOSTE Tween Collection 3803 from Marchon Eyewear;
TED BAKER Just Kidding 921 from Tura
From left: DB4K Pixie from Europa International;
VERA BRADLEY GIRLFRIENDS Paula from The McGee Group
From top: SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Pixelate from Nouveau Eyewear; ECO KIDS 505 from Modo; IZOD 613 from ClearVision Optical; KILTER 5001 from Altair
The evolution of the clubmaster style into
children’s eyewear takes a step toward total zyl,
and as with all eyewear styles, when plastic
is in the house COLOR goes from mild to…
wild in double time. Kids will love it.
From left: KOOL KIDS 2550 from Alpha Viana; HUVELI MILANO 3048 from Teka Eyewear
Guess takes the guesswork out of choosing the perfect shape of a softened child-like CatEye.
GUESS 9124 from Marcolin USA/Viva