More fun with #photobooths. #solsticeshades #solstice500fifth #jimmychoo for #carrera #gucci
These cool guys (and lady!) came in last week. Gorg #glasses made of real but damaged #vinyl records w/ cases made from covers. #spexwax @spexwax
More fun with #sunglasses! #safilo #spring2014 #gucci #alexandermcqueen #dior #marcjacobs (at Safilo Showroom, Fifth Ave)
Coooordinating. Glasses: #seraphin #ogi shoes: #colinstuart music: #passenger #lethergo
#CutlerandGross awesomeness today. @CutlerandGross (at Cutler snd Gross Soho)
Eye #bling. #prada #dolceandgabbana #bulgari #stellamccartney #luxottica #pressdayny
What is that? Velvet? #italiaindependent #fuzzy #iwanttopetit #sunglasses #sunnies #velvet
Friday, September 27, 2013
The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were rife with all sorts of eyewear sightings. In this week’s edition of Bold Face
we highlight several of the most exciting eye sightings from the award show…
Monday, September 23, 2013 10:53 AM
NEW YORK—The use of 3D printing in manufacturing is not new. Its use in the optical industry isn’t even necessarily all that novel; several companies already use 3D printers, or additive manufacturing machines, to rapid prototype frame styles, some like Mykita Mylon, pq Eyewear and startup Protos use variations on the theme to even produce end consumer product.
What is new is the conversation surrounding what 3D printing technologies could mean for manufacturing as whole, both globally and here in the U.S., and specifically how the technology may evolve in the optical industry in the future.
Vision Monday spoke with Bruce Bradshaw, director of marketing for Stratasys, a leading maker of additive manufacturing machines for prototyping and producing plastic parts and new owner of home-use 3D printer manufacturer Maker Bot, and David Friedfeld, president of ClearVision Optical, on their recent partnership and what they see as the future of 3D printing and manufacturing in the optical industry…
More beautiful birthday flowers! This time from my friends at @MarchonEyewear!
June 17, 2013
NEW YORK—Safilo hosted the first Carrera Ignition Night in the U.S. on May 7, following similiar events in Milan, Madrid and Sao Paolo, Brazil.
Held in NYC’s first skyscraper, 5 Beekman, the last event the venue will see before it is turned into a luxury hotel in the Financial District, the venue provided the perfect historical setting for Carrera’s special installation. The brand took guests on a journey through its history, from its origins in 1956 and the roots of the brand’s name – the “Carrera Panamericana” road race – to the present day rediscovery of its authentic “racing attitude.”…
Bold Face: Media Darlings
June 21, 2013 12:30 PM
explores the cult of celebrity and the styles, trends and brands that stars show off in movies, at events and living their daily lives. To be considered for inclusion please contact senior editor, Deirdre Carroll
There are all sorts of media attention. In this week’s edition of Bold Face
we feature three famous faces that get their share of camera time and the eyewear they do so in…
(via VisionMonday > Bold Face: Media Darlings)