For the crafty, the serious, the self-confident and the free-spirited: Anne & Valentin works to create noble and radical eyewear in which you are delighted to be yourself!
“We make eyewear – it’s in our blood. We believe a frame should not only flatter and complement, but express who you really are.”
For over fifteen years, we have designed our frames in the spirit of a constant renewal of form and color. We combine our savoir-faire with an equal mix of respect and anti-conformism, to create frames that never let you down.
We create nothing that doesn’t already exist within you. Our design process is akin to alchemy; mixing geometric cuts, brilliant colors and materials. Our collections reflect the paradox of spontaneity combined with meticulous design.
The original creators of Oliver Peoples, Barton Perreira continue their approach to fashion that redefines style and elegance. 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 process and continues to challenge the industry by unveiling the next new thing.
Founded in 1969, British luxury eyewear brand Cutler and Gross combines the finest Italian craftsmanship with irrefutably cool style. Considered bastions of iconic eyewear, Cutler and Gross designs continue to grace many of the most recognizable faces in the worlds of art, design, music and film.
Etnia Barcelona was born from the mind of David Pellicer, a man who spent his childhood surrounded by glasses. David grew up playing in his parents’ factory while developing his knowledge and taste on the topic from an early age. David introduced color into an accessory that had always been brown or black. Red or yellow sunglasses didn’t exist before then, nor did glasses that combined two or three colors.
David’s brand focuses on the idea of being free, being human, being multi-ethnic and cultured. It boasts bold designs for all types of people, in never before seen color combinations that emphasize the personality within individual faces.
Karen Walker’s eccentrically elegant style has established a stellar international following for her ready-to-wear eyewear. Her signature energy and optimism define the label. Her designs cleverly play with cultural subtext, juxtaposing luxe and street, masculine and feminine, folk and utility, creating pieces that are both directional and wearable.
It all started back in 1993, when Kate Brosnahan Spade, a former accessories editor at Mademoiselle, set out to design the perfect handbag. Debuting with just six silhouettes, she combined sleek, utilitarian shapes and colorful palettes in an entirely new way. And so Kate Spade New York was born. Her goal was to inspire colorful living and her spirited approach, commitment to curiosity and passion for sharing her colorful world still shapes all that is kate spade new york. “Live colorfully!”
l.a.Eyeworks began on September 9, 1979 when Barbara McReynolds and Gai Gherardi opened a single storefront on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, California. The original whim for this adventure? To challenge the prevailing norms of eyewear with proposals for a new, provocative revelation of the face. More than three decades and hundreds of frame designs later, l.a.Eyeworks remains a privately owned house of optical imagination. Original, often iconoclastic, and always invigorating, eyeglasses designed by l.a.Eyeworks are immediately recognized for their bold shapes, imaginative handling of materials, and expressive use of color. Although l.a.Eyeworks have graced the faces of celebrities, performers, artists, and athletes, the deeper intention is for you to find a frame that conforms to no fashion sensibility but your own.
Think 20th Century icons. Grace Kelly. Peter Sellers. Michael Caine in his signature black spectacles. Audrey Hepburn in the big white glasses that framed her elfin face. Iconic style makers – Givenchy, Dior and Vidal Sassoon. Think cult films of the fifties & sixties, The Ipcress File, Harry Palmer, Charade and Two for the Road. They’ve all got one thing in common. Oliver Goldsmith. In the second half of last century, when it came to eyewear, OG was synonymous with stars and style. Oliver Goldsmith has been a family-run business for over 80 years. First to see sunglasses as fashion accessories, first to make sunspecs, first to make winter sunglasses…..first to work alongside fashion houses to create one-off pieces for the catwalks, first to appear in Vogue and Queen, and first to be endorsed by celebrities and Royals. OG pioneered a whole new concept. Eyewear. From Bamboo frames to butterflies, tennis racquets to TV Screens, all overtly striking. All signature OG.
Oliver Peoples was founded in 1987 with the opening of its first boutique and subsequent launch of the original collection. From the beginning, Oliver Peoples had a passion for superior product, a distinctive culture rooted in California, and an obsession with service. These core values have remained at the foundation of the brand and endure today. Through an authentic and consistent voice, Oliver Peoples has never relied on a logo but instead on fostering relationships with like-minded consumers who appreciate and respect our approach.
Orgreen launched their Danish collection based on the curves of a 1950s Corvette. Their inventive lines are complemented by their use of titanium and color, staying true to their aesthetic; provocative, but not arrogant.
Prada was founded in 1913 by Mario Prada, Miuccia Prada’s grandfather, in Milan. Located in the prestigious Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Prada was an exclusive, stylish store selling luggage, accessories and luxury goods, in fine materials and of sophisticated workmanship.The Milan store quickly became a firm favourite with the Italian aristocracy and the most sophisticated members of the European elite. In 1919 Prada received the warrant of “Official Supplier of the Italian Royal Household”, and since then has been able to display the royal Savoy coat of arms and figure-of-eight knots alongside the company logo.
Eyewear by Prada reflects Miuccia Prada’s creative talent and avant-garde approach which has attracted the attention of the global fashion industry, while her ability to look at the world from an unconventional vantage point allowed her not only to anticipate, but quite often, to set new trends.
Ray-Ban is a brand of sunglasses and eyeglasses founded in 1937 by the American company Bausch & Lomb. The brand is best known for their signature Wayfarer and Aviator lines of sunglasses. It’s a beloved brand worn by everyone from President Obama to you name it!
Fresh, hip and stylish, SUPER by RetroSuperFuture is a leading brand producing an outstanding, quirky, bold line of eyewear. Founded in Italy in 2007 by Daniel Beckerman, SUPER has become highly popular for its eclectic collection of colorful acetate sunglasses. Since its inception, SUPER’s goal was to develop high quality eyewear, with a distinctive design at an affordable price.
The Tom Ford Eyewear Collection contains vintage inspired frames that remind us of Hollywood. It make a bold statement with its chunky, geek chic look and exquisite craftsmanship.
Born in Austin, Texas and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Tom Ford is among the most highly respected and successful designers today. The winner of numerous design awards, his rise in fashion began in 1994, when he became creative director of Gucci. Not only did he dramatically change the image of the legendary fashion house, he also led the company to unprecedented success with his visionary insight into what the modern consumer desires. His innovative and provocative designs set the tone for an entirely new direction in the world of luxury goods. In 2000, Ford also took creative control of Yves Saint Laurent, a Gucci Group brand, reviving it with his trademark combination of sensuality and mystique. In April 2005, one year after leaving Gucci Group, he announced the creation of the TOM FORD brand and his bold Frames Collection was born.