Seeing the metaphorical glass as half full is a sign of optimism. So what does it mean when your eyeglass or sunglass lenses are only half in existence? We think it means you’re ready to view the world in a sanguine light.
Don’t let the absence of a teeth bearing grin fool you, this gentleman is certainly happy with his playful negative-space round and square lenses… It’s written all over his mustache!
GRO Eyewear leaves sunglass enthusiasts more than intrigued with their rounded black Riley Frames. The frame shape itself has been popular for some time, but it’s the lenses themselves that will have you doing a double-take.
London based design house Nicomede Talavara brings an ultra-modern edge with their bold black band lensed sunglasses.
Russian Fashion magazine J’AM wasn’t just thinking positively, they were thinking progressively when they chose these blindingly beautiful glasses to grace this cover in 2012.
Karen Walker Eyewear’s (or ‘KWE’s’ as we industry folk say) website promises fun and optimistic styles. Case in point: the dark yet dainty top-off lenses of the Maze Superstar glasses.
We applaud Andy Wolf Eyewear for being another progressive curator of cut-out lens glasses that enhance the menswear runways in an unsuspecting way.
….and for fun another flip of GRO Eyewear’s Riley’s lenses!
Scandinavian countries have long been known for their positive outlook on life. Their fashion designers rarely fall short either, as we see in this stunning Henrik Vibskov tortoise frame that’s animated by a topping of oblong gray lenses. These glasses came out in 2010, but we will hold onto what they represent forever.