Photographed by NED MATURA
Notice that elusively perfect brow bump on this classic eyewear catwalk. It is a crown of success.
YVES SAINT LAURENT 6370 from Sàfilo USA
Give Me Some Skin
Translucence found in unlikely places on only the BEST faces.
TOM DAVIES 69851 from TD Tom Davies
From top: THOM BROWNE 012A from Dita Eyewear; PANTHERE DE CARTIER from Cartier Paris
From left: CAZAL 1059 from Eastern States Eyewear and Ultra Palm Optical; ONYX from Sama
From top: SILVERMAN from l.a. Eyeworks; OLIVER PEOPLES 1105 from Oliver Peoples; DECADES Juliane from Mykita
... When it comes to rimless.
TITAN NEXT GENERATION 5223 from Silhouette
Lace for My Lady
Lafont wrote the book on artistic lace detailing in eyewear.
IDYLLE from Lafont
From top: TAG HEUER 0511 from Logo of the Americas; ROBERT MARC 299 from Robert Marc; EDWARD BEINER 1962 from Edward Beiner Miami
A Flourish of Florence
No designer brand burnishes blends of color like Pucci. Their signature is their rainbow and theirs alone.
EMILIO PUCCI 2685 from Marchon Eyewear
Envoy of Envy
Prada is justifiable pride, and this eyewear defines that earned status.
PRADA VPR 07P from Luxottica
Blueprint for Success
As BLUE increasingly becomes the essence of rich, zyl colorations for luxury eyewear, new ways of detailing the hue become the key to heavenly glasses.
BEVEL 3635 from Bevel Specs
From top: LANVIN VLN 524S from De Rigo Vision USA; DAVID YURMAN 080 from Legacie/The Luxury House of B. Robinson Optical; ALAIN MIKLI AL1215 from Alain Mikli
The sleek and seamlessly perfect look AND feel of this frame must be seen and touched for optimum effect.
ZENSE 7348 from ProDesign Denmark
We’re beginning to think that you never really own Matsuda Eyewear. You just keep it on your face with the objective of passing it on to future (lucky!) generations in your family.
MATSUDA 3018 from Matsuda Eyewear