Parting Glance

Feb
2016

Purrrfect



Not satisfied with exploring the wondrous world of CatEye possibilities in this issue’s Street Seen, we decided to take a dramatic stance yet again from photographer Stephen Mark Sullivan’s real-world excursions during New York Fashion Week, making a flared point for sure that the look of eyewear has been dramatically uplifted by one of optical’s strongest “heritage” accents. Are those “lashes” perhaps a bit too much? Nah. She looks great, and 20/20 loves her.

— James J. Spina



A subtle reminder that a CatEye shape can be coy and also a not-so-subtle reminder that State Eyewear, made in America, as featured in the 20/20 September 15, 2015 Seller’s Guide is coming your way as a reason for the USA to stand up and take a look at what can be accomplished when one follows a vision and dream with the reality of great eyewear. —JJS





Purrrfect
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