Oliver Peoples 25th Anniversary Square-Frame Optical Glasses
"I remember when I drew these. I always loved them, but they just weren't right for our collection at that time," says Oliver Peoples ' Mr Larry Leight about these handmade acetate optical glasses. The design dates to 1989 and features a host of flourishes to celebrate the company's past and present. The delicate arrow plaque is a new touch, while the accompanying hard case is inspired by the brand's packaging, circa 1987. However you wear them, they're certain to lend every outfit an air of enviable refinement.
Oliver Peoples Gregory Peck Tortoiseshell Acetate Optical Glasses
"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view," advised Atticus Finch in Ms Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird , and these Oliver Peoples optical glasses offer a fresh perspective on quality design and craftsmanship. Mr Gregory Peck - who famously portrayed the lawyer in the 1962 film adaptation of the novel - was the inspiration behind this olive acetate pair. Uphold the retro feel with a tailored suit and brogues.