Our weekly brand feature focuses on eyewear brands with a keen dedication to their craft and a commitment to excellence that sets them apart. Whether located in Europe – Chloé in Paris, Tod’s and Salvatore Ferragamo in Italy – or in New York (David Yurman) these brands highlight the artistry in their craft in their classic and sculptural designs.
Established in 1952, Chloé Eyewear continues its houses tradition by designing feminine frames with a combination of pattern and texture. The Chloé Eyewear Collection features soft hues and sweeping shapes inspired by the runway and translated to everyday luxury.
Started in his basement in the 1920’s, Dorino Della Valle worked with his son Diego to expand a fine leather shoemaking business into a worldwide brand. Mirroring their accessories, Tod’s eyewear maintains their theme of contemporary glasses inspired by classic shapes.
Long Island native, David Yurman, developed a passion for sculptural design in his late teens that has since translated coveted jewelry pieces. The eyewear collection continues to focus on immaculately handcrafted glasses design with refined style.
With a start as a shoemaker to Hollywood’s royalty in the 1920’s, Salvatore Ferragamo built on a brand that balances sophistication and wearability. Salvatore Ferragamo glasses reference their heritage while looking forward with new shapes and color palettes.