The latest frames from iconic Los Angeles designers are bold, graphic statements that radiate artistic freedom through a bright, energetic color palette that speaks of hope and joy
The l.a.Eyeworks Fall/Winter collection is uplifting and full of fabulous surprises, which can only be achieved with the most thoughtful craftsmanship and detail coupled with the traditionally creative use of color and artful patterns selected for the designs. Celebrating 43 incredible years this September, the company continues to create frame designs that break the rules and provide new possibilities for the wearer, with an entirely new series of shapes or details that promote individuality and creativity with a “soul“ 8220;artistic bold. 8221;.Above: Gai Gherardi, Co-Founder/Designer, l.a.Eyeworks at Silmo 2022, wearing the Montserrat in a ‘brilliant’ black – photography by Amanda Sellem exclusively for EYestylist – all rights reserved
One of the highlights of the season’s collection is the Montserrat model, a unique design characterized by a ring of precise perforations around the lens. The creators describe the design as “super hypnotic” and it’s clearly a favorite of Gai Gherardi, who’s been wearing it for seasonal shows in black.
Model Curly offers a whole new way to wear a shape inspired (but only slightly!) by the classic aviator; The model has charismatic curves and a striking keyhole bridge and is made from high-definition acetate, making it strong and light, as well as unabashedly bold.
Patterned materials have long been a passion at l.a.Eyeworks, and their “dazzling” they are always a delight. The angular Goodall model comes in a choice of colors (we wouldn’t know how to choose between these!), ranging from fairy turtle and Barbados blue to whimsical ‘sparrow’ with delicate spots and feather motiFs on a translucent glass base. Learn more about all the new styles in the collection atwww.laeyeworks.com
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