Oliver Peoples presents The Summer 2019 Collection

Los Angeles
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 - 4:45pm

Los Angeles, CA – The Oliver Peoples Summer 2019 Collection presents an assortment of frames fit for every look with inspiration taken from the brands extensive archive and 1960’s styling. This season, Oliver Peoples collaborated with the Cary Grant Estate to create exclusive frames, the Cary Grant and Cary Grant Sun. Inspired by the sunglass Grant wore in the 1959 Hollywood film North by Northwest, the iconic design is the epitome of classic style. Custom details and a signature color, “Grant Tortoise”, were developed exclusively for the collaboration to keep the integrity of the original style worn by its namesake in the film.

The sunglass category introduces five new styles – Mehrie, Kallan, Indio, Avri, and Exton. The category offers a range of thin acetate, refined titanium and bold statement styles with exclusive details. Mehrie, an ultra-feminine oversized 70’s inspired sunglass. Kallan is an angular shaped pilot sunglass with a slightly wrapped aesthetic. Indio pairs vintage inspired details and a modern lens shape for a lightweight titanium frame, made exclusively in Japan. The Avri is the ultimate statement piece with its bold and super rounded plastic cut. Exton offers versatility and coverage with its wrapped trend setting design.

The optical category introduces 3 new styles – Lain, Netta, and Emet. These styles expand the offering with new titanium and bold acetate styles. Made in Japan, Lain is a refined design intricately detailed with the brands Palm Springs filigree pattern. Netta exudes a strong personality making it the perfect statement frame. Emet is a teardrop design reminiscent of the styles worn by the Hollywood icons of the 60’s.

To complete the eyewear offering, the Summer 2019 Collection launches new color additions to Oliver Peoples The Row favorites. The Aero L.A., and Victory L.A. are now available in exquisite gradients of marine blue and shale.

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Published on Apr 17 2019