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!
l.a.Eyeworks was chosen by local artist Aaron Valenzuela to give the finishing touches to his conceptual runway presentation at UCLA's Fashion and Student Trend showcase. The fashion show, an annual event at the university, had l.a.Eyeworks frames adorning several of the avant garde creations. With a large catalog of frames to choose from, Valenzuela selected some startling designs from l.a.Eyeworks' most recent collection. Among the featured frames were the glamorous Bangalore in black zap matte, the beautiful Back Beat in silver tiger, and a Bub in black-orange-grey from the Fiction by l.a.Eyeworks diffusion line.
L.A.Eyeworks was a featured sponsor at this past weekend's Young Hollywood Mansion Party in the Hollywood hills. At the swanky event, David and Toni from the Melrose store helped represent team l.a.Eyeworks and were snapped by photographers all night! Here, David is effortlessly wearing Bent in creamora latte, and Toni parties with her Fiction by l.a.Eyeworks frame xl. This image was taken right before the midnight fashion show was heating up the outdoor tennis courts. Stay tuned for more updates from the night, and some fierce footage of l.a.Eyeworks on the runway! Also, be sure to check out the Metro Mix website to see the funny caption that was added to David and Toni's photo!