Even though winter has arrived don’t neglect your specs! There are still plenty of reasons to put on a fantastic pair of sunglasses. Check out some of our wintry Street Style images taken out and about in Shoreditch.
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Haven’t seen The Crown yet. Fantastic telly to binge watch over the holidays and lots of gorgeous vintage frames to lust after. Here is our pick of the best: Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II in sunglasses similar to the VIVIEN, Matt Smith as Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in aviator sunglasses similar to QUINCY and John Lithgow as Winston Churchill in small round frames similar to POPS.
And a little heads up, look out for Black Eyewear featuring in Series 2.
It was such a pleasure to be exhibiting at Goodwood Revival this past weekend. It is always the highlight of our calendar!
Here Creative Producer and Casting Director Anna Krokogheya wears the Black Eyewear ABBEY Pastel Lilac cat eye sunglasses with one of the iconic revival cars.
Marple – a Caribbean Mystery, which was shown Sunday night on ITV, featured some stunning cat eye sunglasses. Classic 1950s styles were worn by Hermione Norris as Evelyn Hillingdon and MyAnna Buring as Lucky Dyson who turned out not to be so lucky. Miss Marple managed to make quite an impression on the crochety old Rafiel played by Antony Sher who wore frames similar to the Black Eyewear ‘Artie’.
With Anthony Hopkins as Alfred Hitchcock and Helen Mirren as his wife Alma the film Hitchcock, in cinemas now, is sure to be great. It follows the course of their relationship throughout the filming of Psycho. Scarlett Johansson stars as Janet Leigh and Toni Collette gives a fantastic performance as Hitchcock’s secretary Peggy Robertson. All three leading ladies wear fantastic vintage glasses and cat eye sunglasses.
Set to release in the UK on the 26th October, The Help is a film based on Kathryn Stockett’s book of the same name. Set in 1960’s Mississippi, Skeeter Phelan an aspiring journalist decides to interview the town’s African American maids and write a book detailing the day to day hardships they face taking care of prominent southern families. While the film has divided the opinion of American audiences the feel of the 1960’s is undeniable and includes some fantastic cat eye sunglasses and upswept glasses.
Jessica Chastain as Celia Foote can be seen in frames similar to our AA Miami.