Want to know what’s popular this season? Read up on the top fall 2017 eyewear trends below.
For a long time, glasses were more of a necessity than an accessory. But with celebrities like Rashida Jones and Mindy Kaling rocking oversize frames on the reg (and fashion runways sending down armies of models in ’70s-inspired specs), they’ve become super trendy over recent years. Here, the five styles we’re (ahem) seeing everywhere.
Do you ever find yourself suddenly blinded by a strong ray of light, reflected off of a piece of glass or metal? Sometimes this situation can be especially dangerous, for example when one is driving. You might even be wearing sunglasses, but while those dim overall light, they can eliminate those sudden glares. That’s where polarized sunglasses come in, and save the day!
From eyewear trends to fashions on the catwalk, we look at what’s sizzling this summer.
Every year, we turn our eyes to the California desert for the annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The festival takes place over two consecutive weekends every April.
Light-as-a-feather, stunning rimless and semi-rimless eyewear puts the onus on the lens side of the equation. Etched, beveled, and tattooed lenses up the cool factor of the minimalist form.
Smoke x Mirrors is proud to announce its first stand-alone capsule collection, Soda Pop. The spring/summer collection features vibrant, colorful mixed material frames with symmetrical line-work and geometric forms, utilizing dual layered acetates and stainless steel rimlocks.
The new generation of Aviator glasses take flight.