Eyewear, Shapes and Emotions


Avant-Garde ,Optical Opulence , Afterlife Fashion .

Eyewear is one of the finest medium to express the potential of style and beauty . Searched for two visionary designers totally justifying this medium,  Moss Lipow and Linda Farrow , their contribution stands a complete visual treat.

“No other accessory gives you as much power to control the persona you project,” says Moss Lipow, a true visionary of our industry, named as top 10 new Emerging Designers in 2010 ,  his recent project contribution were recycled glasses made from concept of recycling by re-using components of a dismantled CT hybrid to make one-of-a-kind haute couture accessories.  Moss came out with a new book in 2011 ” EYEWEAR”  a complete visual history of glasses from history, as well as from his personal collection. An  interesting read on, what was once a purely practical apparatus has grown into a multi-billion dollar global industry. 

Linda Farrow

Since 1970 this woman has changed the way people see the world through her glasses, she has created art worthy for a museum. Known for its unprecedented range of sunglasses and exciting designer collaborations that include brands such as Dries Van Noten, Raf Simons, Rodarte, Bernhard Willhelm, Chloe SevignyJeremy Scott , Alexander Wang , Matthew Williamson , House of Holland etc .Farrow and her collaborators stamped many of the shapes and styles of frames since the 70′s Including the avant-garde wraparounds that were Yoko Ono’s signature 70′s look , 80′s, 90′s till now.With a steady stream of coverage in the world’s most prestigious fashion publications, frequent celebrity sightings (on the likes of Kate Moss, Chloé Sevigny, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Kanye West, Agyness Deyn and Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen and many unaccountable people looking good because of LF.


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