As with most things in fashion, classic eyewear styles are periodically reintroduced in modern ways and browline frames are a prime example.
FROM THE COVER SAFILO DEBUTS BOBBI BROWN EYEWEAR. Inspired by the designs found in the…
MaxStudio.com is a global corporation catering to today’s modern women who are looking for clothing and accessories featuring clean lines and classic silhouettes. Founded in 1979 by designer Leon Max, the brand includes sportswear, knitwear, outerwear, accessories, and shoes sold in MaxStudio.com stores, boutiques, major department stores, and online. This well-known designer brand has expanded to include eyewear, developed with Zyloware Eyewear.
Be the shout, not the echo’ is the mantra created by designer Robert Stock in 2001 when he envisioned the bland and boring fashion world exploding with bold patterns, luxurious fabrics, and exquisite colors and shapes that would define his creation of the Robert Graham brand. Stock used his 40 years of experience in designing men’s clothing as a blueprint to incorporate quality, detail, and fine artisanship into the Robert Graham line of apparel, accessories, and furnishings that appeals to ‘risk takers, the curious and confident, and the centers of attention.’ Stock recently partnered with REVOLUTION EYEWEAR to create a ROBERT GRAHAM Eyewear collection.
Match AV Studio collection radiates an ineffable quality that falls somewhere between sexy and elegant. It captures the essence of the Adrienne Vittadini brand, but at a lower price point for consumers. AV Studio is the perfect ‘match’ for the discriminating, fashion-forward female aged 20 to 35.
Even with all the eyewear frames on the market, it’s sometimes challenging to find a fashionable and economically priced frame for the larger male patient who enters your optical shop. Avalon Eyewear has solved this dilemma with the release of its Le Grand collection.
Colors can define a look and using two is a fun and attractive eyewear innovation.
Today’s buying groups offer much more than volume discounts.
Designer logos are slimming down and sometimes are hiding completely. The new trend: ID via design elements.