In this issue:
The iPhone eyePhone
Silhouette has taken the iPhone to heart—and eye—for optical browsers looking to try on eyewear and sunwear.
In a perfect popular music world Anthony Reynolds would be this generation’s Scott Walker or David Bowie or Bryan Ferry.
In The Works
Persol is working it again. The Luxottica brand, presents the
second edition of A Work of Persol...
The recently launched AYA accessories line from Claudia Alan Inc. features artwork by First Nations artist Corrine Hunt, co-designer of the 2010 Winter Olympic medals.
Rudy Takes the Podium
It was a great Winter Olympics for Rudy Project.
Hall of Frames
Enduring Look» Carrera Endurance shades from Sàfilo as seen in Rihanna’s (1) video “Rude Boy”…
On and Above the NYC Neck
Licenses, Liasons & New Collections
TRUSSARDI SIGNS WITH CHARMANT» Charmant Group and Italian
fashion-brand Trussardi have signed a licensing agreement for Charmant
to produce and distribute Trussardi ophthalmic frames and sunglasses,
starting Spring/Summer 2011.
It’s a typical day for Natalie Gulbis. It began, like most, on the
golf course practicing. Then she had lunch with one of her favorite
charities, the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
Modo: 7 For All Mankind
Modo Eyewear launches 7 For All Mankind, a Los Angeles-based lifestyle brand that fuses the worlds of denim and couture.
Marchon Eyewear launches iWear. Dubbed the tweens collection, but also encompassing petite fit requirements, the new line is really targeted to any creative eyewear fan looking for a little edge.
Menizzi: Menizzi Titanium
Menizzi adds its newest collection, Menizzi Titanium. Made in Japan, the line consists of six classic styles in three colors each.
Are You Passionate?
I witnessed a nasty accident walking to the train today. CARANGH. AirBAGssss. Hoooorrns. Don’t worry. Everyone’s ok.
The Well-Adjusted Frame
In their effort to provide patients with the best frame and lens
technology, opticians sometimes lose sight of the fact that the eyewear
they dispense is onlwy as good as the way it fits the patient.
Goin’ Mobile with Electronic Eyewear