Featured Eye Wear
It was only when the Danish optometrist Poul-Jorn Lindberg first needed spectacles himself that he became aware of what it was like to wear spectacles. The general approach was all too clear: “A spectacle frame is like the support you carry on your face- heavy, rigid and uncomfortable…
Starting out with the idea that it should be possible to make a spectacle that was more simple, attractive, and functional, Poul-Jorn Lindberg teamed up with architect Hans Dissing to design a different frame and a completely new eyewear concept.
That individualism led to the innovative design using the perfect metal- titanium. The lightness of LINDBERG eyewear is reflected in its design. All unnecessary details have been done away with, and the frame is designed without screws, rivets, or welds. It represents a beautiful example of Danish, minimalist design tradition and is eyewear that is not just worth looking out of- but also at. No other products in the world have won so many international design prizes as LINDBERG eyewear. A lightweight that has conquered the heavyweights of design.
The woman behind the eyewear veils of Oliver Peoples is now Barton Perreira. After an illustrious 18 years at Oliver Peoples, she and the company’s president, Bill Barton, branched off to combine their creative powers with Barton Perreira. Dedicated to pure luxury, Barton Perreira’s approach to fashion redefines style and elegance. Patty Perreira’s language of inspired design focuses on the evolution p[process and continues to challenge the industry by unveiling the next new thing.
Zero-G Titanium refers to Zero Gravity or weightlessness, which speaks to the core of the brand. A collection that feels comfortable, balanced, secure, and weightless on the face, Zero-G Titanium is hypoallergenic and 40% lighter than stainless-steel. All Zero G frames are constructed from a flat sheet of surgical-grade titanium with no screws or solder points. Zero-G’s design focuses on classic, modern, and timeless shapes in rich colors and unique patterns.
The world-leading company in eyewear design, Ørgreen, is famous for its inventive approach to design and innovative color combinations, utilizing over 400 different hues. Designed and developed in Denmark, each frame is handmade in Japan, known and respected for its high standards and irrefutable quality. Individually crafted with more than 100 processes, each frame can take up to six months to achieve its penchant for perfection.