I have been a huge Oliver Peoples fan for well over a decade. It's my go to brand. The sunglasses are high quality and the frames fit so well.

What's best, though, is the story behind Oliver Peoples (you must watch the video and learn how Oliver Peoples came to be). Founder and Creative Director Larry Leight knew he was onto something special. And in 1986, he opened up a boutique on Sunset Blvd, selling vintage frames. These frames did not have brand names on them. So when Larry began designing sunglasses, he kept to the 'no brand name on the product' philosophy to allow the product to speak for itself.

Just one year after opening in Los Angeles, you couldn't open up a fashion magazine without seeing a spectacular editorial spread featuring Oliver Peoples sunglasses.
oliverpeoplesinvioletI love collaborations. And this one, with mytheresa.com, is awesome. I am diggin' the M-4 with violet mirrored lenses. The filigree-etched frames and dainty silhouette are inspired by classic archived designs, making this retro pair stand out. Super fly!

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