OLIVER PEOPLES POUR ALAIN MIKLI

OLIVER PEOPLES POUR ALAIN MIKLI

To celebrate its 30th Anniversary, Oliver Peoples has collaborated with famed eyewear brand Alain Mikli for a colorful capsule collection.

OLIVER PEOPLES POUR ALAIN MIKLI
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Established in 1978 with an identity rooted in art and fashion, the French brand is recognized for its unique and vivid eyewear design. Coupled with the intellectual aesthetic and discreet branding  of Oliver Peoples, the results are fresh and distinctive.

The Oliver Peoples pour Alain Mikli collaboration introduces an exquisite palm tree pattern first created by Mikli in 1987, the year Oliver Peoples was founded. The pattern, named ‘Palmier,’ is French for ‘palm trees’ – a fitting reference for the California-based brand.

The pattern was applied to two Oliver Peoples sunglass styles, the Gregory Peck and Remick, invigorating both with a vibrant and new personality. Opposite the ‘Palmier,’ two original Alain Mikli frames feature iconic tortoise and metal treatments that are a hallmark of Oliver Peoples design. The collaboration is the perfect juxtaposition of each brand’s unique aesthetic.

Bringing the frames to life is Spanish Illustrator Juanjo Villalba Bermudez, whose beautiful ladies are imagined wearing various styles from the collaboration.

Last updated: Jun 15 2017