This marks the second February 20/20 Women’s issue cover highlighting the delightful and insightful style that is Vera Wang. CatEyes rule with women these days, and Vera set that SEEN in motion last year, following through now with a luxurious tortoise remarked by an intense temple detailing that might just be the BEST jewelry effect we’ve seen of late in eyewear. Very Vera. Very exciting.
VERA WANG MINA 2 from Kenmark
NEVER typecast a brand. Converse purrs up with a fresh and casual take on the CatEye with this deeply mottled tortoise taking “sexy” center court.
CONVERSE Jack Purcell P006 from Rem Eyewear
We Azure You
The marbleized blue and a distinctively bold queen-sizing of this eyewear makes a confident statement of cool-as-a-cat.
CINZIA 5021 from Europa International
The Big Sweep
Proof positive that the bolder proportions energizing women’s eyewear can play with the CatEye and take it to a near-cougarish roar. Make HER eyewear bellow HELLO.
SALVATORE FERRAGAMO 2683 from Marchon Eyewear
As delicate and lite in look as zyl can possibly be, and yet unforgettable in impact and deep in its perfect “fixation” since the embedded metal in this zyl makes it a facial masterpiece.
SERAPHIN Olympia from Ogi Eyewear
How Purrfect is that?!!/p>
MIU MIU VMU 07M from Luxottica
The classic clubman style takes on a duality of retro-meeting-modern in a look that is supremely wearable.
ANNE KLEIN 5008 from Altair Eyewear
The crystal clarity of zyl gains a luxurious luster with a soft, see-through effectiveness.
BADGLEY MISCHKA Riva from The McGee Group
With a “lash” effect that mirrors flames, Lafont “cats” a square-ish shape that is at once feminine and powerful.
IVY from Lafont
With a subtle combination of both polished and brushed (on the temple) Havana and a strikingly fluid upsweep, you rightly “guess” this spec-tacular glam statement will be highly appreciated.
GUESS BY MARCIANO 219 from Viva International Group