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Getting to Know Hue

30 Mar

Things are looking warm and bright for 2011. From uplifting honeysuckle to the cool hues of blue, eyewear styles are rich in color this season – even the lenses.

When it comes to eyewear this spring, color is showing face in a big way. From colored lenses to sultry specs, eyewear is definitely a statement piece that will add an instant wow factor to your wardrobe.

Here’s a look at some of the hottest hues in lenses and frames for the coming season:

Take a Tint
Lenses in blue and green pack a punch while amber and rosy tints add femininity.

bebe (BB7017) by Altair Eyewear, Jessica Simpson (J475) by Colors In Optics, Foster Grant (Ice) by FGX, Nicole Miller (Utilitarian) by Signature Eyewear

 

Time to Reflect
Mirrored lenses offer new views on how to change your look.

Diane von Furstenberg (DVF103) by Marchon Eyewear, Michael Kors (M2040) by Marchon Eyewear, Lacoste (L503) by Marchon Eyewear, Ray-Ban (RB8307) by Luxottica

 

Gradient Complexion
From subtle to sexy eyeshadow effects, gradient colored lenses create sexy style.

BCBG (Silk) by ClearVision Optical, Converse Backstage (With the Band) by REM Eyewear, Cinzia (Glamazon) by Cinzia Designs, Rocawear (R384) by Colors in Optics

 

Go To Print
An alternative to solids, frames in colored prints and patterns are bold and playful fashion statements.

Bottega Veneta (BV154) by Safilo Group, Malia (1445) by Miyagi Eyewear, Lilly Pulitizer (Winnie) by Kenmark Group, Miu Miu (VMU08) by Luxottica

Color Me Pretty
Leave the dreary, dull winter behind and warm up in luscious berry tones and creamy neutrals.

Alviero Martini (MK0155) by Grant Italia, Marc Jacobs (MJ 347) by Safilo Group, ete (Malabar) by Optylux Group, Seraphin (Marquette) by Ogi Eyewear

 

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Colin Firth Looks Like Oscar Gold in Michael Kors Shades

1 Mar

The last few months have been a whirlwind for top actors, especially for those who starred in The Kings Speech. After rave reviews and taking home awards at the Directors Guild of America, Producers Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globes, it came as no shock that the film was nominated for a whopping 12 Academy Awards.

Last Sunday was the moment of truth, and The Kings Speech didn’t disappoint as it took home four of the most coveted Oscars of the night, including Best Picture. Colin Firth, who played stutter-embattled King George VI, snagged the Best Actor category and delivered both a self-deprecating and humorous acceptance speech.

We can’t help but adore this year’s Best Actor and his impeccable sense of style. We loved the classic suit and bowtie that he rocked at the Academy Awards, but we like it even more when Colin jazzes up his look in dapper frames.

Check out how great this Oscar winner looks in Michael Kors MK153M aviators by Marchon Eyewear.

Colin Firth in Michael Kors (MK153) by Marchon Eyewear

Eyes Get Luxe in Glass Aviators

13 Jan

No matter your preference, whether you’re a daring trend setter or laidback hipster, everyone knows that owning a pair of aviators is quintessential to maintaining a stellar collection of sunnies. If you’re in the market for a new pair or if you’re an aviator virgin (it’s ok, we won’t tell anyone) here is the perfect frame for you: Michael Kors Glass Aviator by Marchon Eyewear.

The Glass Aviator features pristine mineral glass lenses coupled with cool stainless steel, creating a luxurious design that benefits you with superb quality and clarity. These aviators go with just about any look, from military chic to rocker-glam, making this one of the most versatile—not to mention flattering—frames you’ll ever own.

Just released this month, you can swing by and pick up your own pair of Glass Aviators at Michael Kors Boutiques worldwide. The frame comes in two versions: M2047S, the featured sunglass in the spring 2011 ad campaign, or M2046S, the same frame but in a smaller size. Choose from six different lens colors and finishes to create the perfect look, tailored just for you!

Michael Kors Glass Aviator by Marchon Eyewear

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