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Style + Events: 11/7-11/12 Robert Marc and Lunor Trunk Shows: Considered one of America's greatest optical designers, Robert Marc's new fall collection is featured in this joint trunk show with Lunor, a German line of handmade eyewear known for its unique, vintage-inspired designs. [...]
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In The Blink Of An Eye Blink Optical specializes in high-end prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses, as well as designer eyeglass frames and sunglasses. They exclusively offer several name-brand styles, including Alain Mikli, Lunor, Cartier, Prada, and Robert Marc—products [...]
Profiteers cash in on Steve Jobs' signature glasses The sacred object on display is a pair of rimless, platinum-framed glasses from the German eyewear manufacturer, Lunor, a photo of Jobs wearing them, and the legend: "Steve Jobs 1955-2011: We have lost an ultimate genius. What he has left us are his [...]
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Retail Detail: Birmingham boutique sees things differently But the eyewear boutique in Birmingham that goes by the oh-so-cool name Optik is more than just a place to get your peepers checked out. Owned by They carry luxury brands by designers like Lunor and Thom Brown and chic frames and shades by Dita. [...]
Shia Lebeouf and the butterscotch eyeglasses. Shia Lebeouf cannot destroy his acting career no matter how badly he behaves and butterscotch eyeglasses are all the rage. Persol is not the only designer getting cozy with butterscotch, lines such as Lunor and Alain Mikli have also dabbled in the land of the butterscotch frame. The butterscotch frame is very wearable but often over-looked as many are afraid of a yellow toned frame. Fret not, butterscotch eyeglasses can be worn by many and you won’t know until you try. Here at Blink, we can attest to his eyewear style as he’s one of the first to don butterscotch eyeglasses on the big screen.
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And Now You Can Own Steve Jobs’ Quirky Eyeglasses The two decided on one of Mr. Marc’s existing rimless “Lunor” frames, but with round lenses, and the rest is history. The look became part of Jobs’ iconic style – along with his black turtlenecks and worn blue jeans. His quirky glasses hinted ... [...]
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Robert Marc Adding Jobs' Iconic Glasses to 'Lunor' Line The two decided on one of Marc's existing rimless "Lunor" frames, but with round lenses, and the rest is history. The look became part of Jobs' iconic style -- along with his black turtlenecks and worn blue jeans. The eyewear maker is adding the round-lens ... [...]
Want A Piece of Steve Jobs? Buy His Glasses Whether prowling a stage or gracing the cover of the recent biography by Walter Isaacson, the $450, German Lunor Classic Rund PP eyeglasses were a Jobs favorite. Make that “The Glasses of Steve Jobs,” as the company now markets them. “Many ... [...]
Just for those that might be interested... San Francisco Optics On Chestnut would like to cordially invite you to take a look at one of our most desirable lines on Saturday, October 20th and recieve some amazing deals! We will be hosting an Eyewear Trunk Show featuring the entire BRAND NEW release from Robert Marc, Robi Horn, and Lunor! Robert Marc By combining classic and modern elements, Robert Marc creates timeless eyewear designs. He has revived the art of the...
Harry Potter was ahead Harry Potter was aheadof his time: Round eyeglasses, the distinctive kind worn by the young wizard, are shaping up to be the next big thing in eyewear.During the past decade, myopic hipsters have favored rectangular frames.Now, design houses such as Paul Smith, Balenciaga, Lunor Eyewear, Anne et Valentin and Theo Eyewear are returning to classic round and semiround frames."There's definitely a move to more conservative eyewear and vintage shapes," said Filipa Fino,...