Urban Influences Dominate Modz Eyewear

Cities are prime places to draw artistic inspiration. And that’s precisely the direction Modz took with their latest eyewear collection, basing their frames off of unique street styles sighted in the hippest urban locations! Cleverly named after various well-known hot spots, each set of specs exudes its own intrinsic vibe. Some of these glasses displayRead more »

Dolabany Eyewear: Where Comfort and Color Collide

Let’s face it. Nobody likes wearing uncomfortable specs. After all, they’re usually adorning your face for hours on end, so they’ve got to feel—and look—just right! Luckily, Dolabany Eyewear has combined the best of both worlds with the latest Paxton eyeglasses. Crafted with a lightweight material, these frames were specially designed for a single purpose:Read more »

Grammys Bring on Celeb Specs-Appeal

The music industry’s top artists strutted their stuff on the red carpet, sang  their hearts out on stage and excitedly paid tribute to the talented winners at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards Sunday night—and all in their most eye-catching getups! However, some of the glitzy garb proved to be quite risqué, given the strict dressRead more »

Ogi Eyewear Sparks Futuristic Vibes with Evo-Tec Line

Sleek lines and bold hues dominate Ogi Eyewear’s latest Evo-Tec collection, featuring futuristic specs specially designed for the modern male. Molded into traditional rectangular shapes, with ultra-sharp edges, these glasses scream contemporary. While titanium material makes these frames light as air, acetate additions provide much-needed balance and richness. And splashes of both neutral and vibrantRead more »

Face á Face Puts a Twist on Emerald

As expected, just about everyone in the style circle is quickly catching on to this year’s major emerald trend, including Face á Face. And it’s no surprise that the innovative, fashion-forward company has put its own wild spin on the classy hue, which was dubbed the Pantone Color Institute’s 2013 Color of the Year, justRead more »

Stand-Out Stars Stay Spexy at SAG Awards

Award season is still underway, as a star-studded group swarmed the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday evening. As usual, A-listers decked themselves out in their finest attire—glitzy gowns for the ladies and sleek suits for the gentlemen—to honor their peers for stand-out performances and acting prowess.Read more »

David Yurman Embraces Emerald Elegance

It’s rich. It’s gorgeous. It’s everywhere!  Emerald is taking the fashion realm by storm, popping up on catwalks, red carpets and even the streets. Debuted as the Pantone Color Institute’s 2013 Color of the Year, this deep green hue breathes succulence into each accessory or piece of clothing it adorns—especially eyewear. And David Yurman hasRead more »

Red, White ‘n Blue, Celebs Kept Inaugural Eyewear on Cue

The nation’s capital was transformed into a haven for all things patriotic this weekend, as almost 1 million people flocked Washington, D.C., to celebrate President Barack Obama’s second inauguration. Among the crowd were quite a few celebs, who kept it spexy and shady for the many star-studded affairs—including swearing-in ceremonies, high-energy performances, the beloved paradeRead more »

Eyewear Illuminates Golden Globe Awards

With Hollywood’s most hilarious ladies Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards, the presentation was revamped from a typical awards show to a fabulous evening of pure entertainment. The comedians’ amazing performance—not to mention funny cameos from other A-listers—is receiving high praise among critics and viewers alike! Aside from theRead more »

Glamorize Your Peepers with bebe Frames

With glimmers of luxurious lace, twinkling sequins, sparkly crystals and fierce animal prints, bebe’s winter 2013 women’s eyewear line exudes trendy sophistication. The collection has arrived at the perfect time—the start of the New Year, when almost every gal is in search for a fabulous way to revamp her look! There’s no better way toRead more »