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More Shades of Summer

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

A burst of pink for your summer sunglasses!

Pink Poppy

Shades of Summer

Saturday, July 5th, 2014

One colour associated with summer is Turquoise, reminding us of cool waters. Here is our Turquoise inspiration.

 

Turquoise Poppy MED

Our Zoot is a hoot!

Sunday, November 17th, 2013

Brighten up your wardrobe this Winter with our Zoot sunglasses, now available in 6 more vibrant colours;

Crimson, Lavender, Navy, Petrol, Plum and Toffee.

Black Eyewear on the Catwalk

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

What better way to kick-start the month than showcasing a collection of our boldest and brightest sunglasses on the UK’s longest catwalk, all part of St. Albans Fashion Week.

Black Eyewear Launch Party

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

The launch of the Goodge Street Shop took place Thursday 11th July 2013 and was a huge success thanks to friends and colleagues who joined us.  There were drinks, canapés, live jazz (thanks to Nathan Haines), a competition and of course Black Eyewear glasses and sunglasses!

 

Jessica Silversaga 2

Saturday, May 11th, 2013

Swedish photographer and blogger Jessica Silversaga has posted yet more fantastic images (see earlier post) of herself wearing Black Eyewear. This time she models ‘Wesround sunglasses.

Jessica Silversaga

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Swedish photographer Jessica Silversaga models Black Eyewear ‘Coltrane‘ panto sunglasses on her blog.

Black Eyewear London

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Black Eyewear London has just opened at 38 Goodge Street, making journeys to our St Albans showroom unnecessary.  We welcomed our first customers Friday as we were setting up.  Be sure to visit soon for designer glasses and sunglasses.

38 Goodge Street

London

W1T 2QW

02076372144

 

Looking for Large Glasses?

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

So often we have customers come to us asking for larger than average frames.  Fortunately, one of the ideas behind the Black Eyewear label is ‘vintage styles for today’s faces‘.  We have a variety of large frames to offer men and women.

What does large mean when it comes to choosing frames? Of course the measurements are important.  An average lens width would measure 45 or 48mm while some Black Eyewear models measure 56 or even 60mm.  But the overall size and thickness of the frame must also be taken into consideration.  Are you looking for a wide frame or a chunky frame, a large lens area or a large frame area?

Here are a few of our largest designer glasses for men and women:

Black Eyewear – Vintage Inspired Eyewear

Monday, December 10th, 2012

Black Eyewear is a collection of designer sunglasses and glasses inspired by the vintage eyewear of the 1950s.  Updated for contemporary style these frames can be fitted with prescription lenses.

Black Eyewear - Vintage Inspired Eyewear