If you're heading to Spain this summer (or looking for a reason to go), perhaps this stunning display of l.a.Eyeworks designs at the beautiful Optica del Bulevard in Barcelona will give you the perfect excuse!
Thank you for the beautiful display (using our favorite pink, no less!) . . . and inspiration!
Renowned l.a.Eyeworker emeritus, Ruth Handel, gives martini-strength frame fabulousness at the book signing for Fred Hayman: The Extraordinary Difference (penned by our lovely friend Rose Apodaca) at the splashy new Caulfield's restaurant at the Thompson Hotel in -- where else? -- Beverly Hills . . . this is the story of Giorgio! after all!
[where the museum director parks her Perkins by l.a.Eyeworks]
Not content with writing smash-hit songs, tending to her superb wardrobe of sassy socks and gorgeous glasses, and being one of the legendary party hosts of Los Angeles (the New York Times concurs!), Allee has turned her troves of terrifically tacky tidbits (Elvis Pez dispensers! Kleenex cozies! The E-Z Dog Dryer!) into a visionary portal where the vintage lunch boxes are inspirational and the online admission is always free.
Frame fanciers are flocking to butterfly shapes, and Magpie's got a sensational set of wings! How to spot Magpie in the wild? Just observe the parade of plumage, from sensational jewel tones to sophisticated patterns to a very special sparkler we call Night Glitter. Prepare for a swarm of compliments.
In 1986, Halley’s Comet zoomed close to Earth, and l.a.Eyeworks created a trendsetting buzz in the optical world when it introduced the model Fresno with a sun clip. The look became immediately iconic. For Fresno’s 25th birthday, l.a.Eyeworks introduces Two Fresno, updating the chassis in lightweight titanium while maintaining classic metallic finishes and details like coined patterning on the frame’s edges.
The original Fresno, and other classically cool frames with clips can be seen on Schwarzenegger, Anthony Delon and Jean-Hughes Anglade in l.a.Eyeworks' legendary ad campaign, shot by Greg Gorman.
This cat has claws! Quinn commands attention in a collection of both bright colors, and subdued combinations. A visual sensation, Quinn purrs with perforated steel layered over juicy acetates for an effect that combines style and glamour with unexpected twists of color. Fashionistas have been pawing over this beautifully modern take on the retro cat-eye design. Meow!
Toot your horn with l.a.Eyeworks! Tuba has been playing to both the fashion and celebrity crowds, trumpeting its own full-bodied acetate frame. Orchestrated for the bold, the beautiful, and the adventure seeker in all of us, Tuba's combination of style, color, and texture is pitch perfect.