Framed Five: Moving Through May

Take a peek, below, at what we’ve been lovin’ for the past month. May was Healthy Vision Month, so we headed to NYC with optometrist Dr. Justin Bazan and style guru Jenn Falik to celebrate with a few on-air appearances. We loved seeing Maria Menounos show off her Chloé frames outfitted with specialized lenses toRead more »

Adorn Your Peepers in London Fog Frames

Nothing says sophistication like the new specs from London Fog. Designed for modern gals, these modified cat-eyes and updated rounds are an effortless finishing touch to any ensemble. Plum purples, sleek blacks, rich golds and icy silvers create a coveted color palette. Meanwhile subtle metal plaques and translucent effects – not to mention marble patternedRead more »

Defeat Bad Style in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Eyewear

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Eyewear is back with show-stopping frames for little guys. Mature rectangular silhouettes offer up amusing color-blocking details along with translucent effects. Oranges, reds, blues, greens and yellows are perfect for kiddos, while fun temple details like patterns and textured accents add an extra hint of flair. Meanwhile, Ninja Turtle cartoons areRead more »

Totally Wow in WOOW Eyewear

Say hello again to the stylin’ ‘70s and ‘80s vibes in the new WOOW specs. Transparent effects, plus fun and colorful accents, make these frames hard to resist. Oversized yet thin round and oval silhouettes boast two-toned colorations of blues, pinks, greens, yellows, blacks and whites. Meanwhile, sleek metal bridges and opaque pops of pigmentRead more »

Like Father, Like Son: Geoffrey Beene Boys Eyewear

The new eyewear collection from Geoffrey Beene Boys mimics the beloved brand’s men’s collection but injects youthful color and smaller sizing making them perfect for young dudes. Inspired by stylin’ dads, these frames exemplify the brand’s same DNA, with sporty details and classic rectangular profiles. Meanwhile, red and blue hues, plus understated temple details addRead more »

Grace Your Peepers with Diva Eyewear

Youthful in design but sure to be instant classics, the new specs and sunnies from Diva Eyewear are hard to resist. Modern gals will adore the elegant cut-outs and intricately detailed embellishments – not to mention the extraordinary Swarovski crystals. Foiled metal accents compliment the fun selection of tones like grassy and aqua greens, peachyRead more »

Express Your Colorful Self in SuperFlex Kids Specs

Emulating mom’s and dad’s styles with fun kid-approved additions, the new specs from SuperFlex Kids are perfect for the budding fashion-forward boy or girl. Cheerful and energetic – just like the kiddies they were designed for – these frames show-off eye-catching details like patterns, gradient effects, glittery elements and layered moments. Bold contrasting hues ofRead more »

Invite Style in Tom Ford Blue Block Glasses

Tom Ford introduces their new ready-to-wear Blue Block line for all you guys and gals looking to up your work wear (or every day!) style. The brands familiar iconic details shine through as unique bridges and chic contemporary silhouettes are adorned in classic black and fun yellow hues. Meanwhile, the lenses are designed to helpRead more »

Introducing Carrera Teen Eyewear

Iconic brand Carrera has now introduced a line of specs and sunnies for fashion-forward teens. Continuing the distinctive style the brand is known for, these frames are easy to wear but never boring. Bold round silhouettes, modified aviator shapes, sophisticated rectangular profiles and contemporary wayfarer-inspired frames boast fun double bridges and chic metal accents. TintedRead more »

Step into Style with Seventy one Specs

Indie street style and preppy aesthetic have come together in the new optical frames from beloved brand Seventy one. Timeless yet stylish, these specs sport organic colorations in chic layered effects for extra flair. Grays, yellows, navies, gunmetals and browns are elevated by bold metal accents and modern double brow bar effects. These contemporary takesRead more »