by Jamison Aweau / September 12, 2013
Based on frames from the Oliver Peoples archive, ‘The Sir Series’ is described as “timeless designs inspired by our past and reinvented for the future, paying homage to their iconic status with the brand’s history.” Sir O’Malley, Sir Finley and Sir Kent come in a custom range of tortoiseshell’s, the range imagined hanging from the pocket of some besuited gent with a large collection of handkerchiefs. Check out these handsome frames in the gallery.
Oliver Peoples is an eyewear manufacturer of glasses and sunglasses, established in 1986 by Larry Leight. The company was founded in West Hollywood, CA and first appeared on the cover of German Vogue in 1987. It began selling vintage frames from a boutique and now includes a number of brands, including Oliver Peoples Vision, Mosley Tribes and Paul Smith Spectacles. In addition to being sold in Oliver Peoples retail outlets and via oliverpeoples.com, the glasses can be found in a variety of notable fashion boutiques and department stores throughout the world