Nov 9, 2012

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What’s New For S/S 2013 Eyewear Trends

It’s never too early to start thinking about next season’s fashion trends—including those for eyewear. To stay on top of the game, we partnered with Stylesight, an online trend forecasting company, to put on an exclusive trend preview featuring upcoming eyewear styles for spring/summer 2013.

In Stylesight’s fabulous office space in the heart of New York City’s fashion district, magazine editors, bloggers and others from the industry gathered for a presentation that outlined four spring/summer 2013 eyewear trends—Terra Moderna, Paper + Ash, Fashletes and Crystal Lab. We provided all of the fun, trendy frames so attendees could snap photos, try on frames and simply observe.

We don’t want you to miss out on these hot trends, so here’s a sneak peek for what to expect when the warmer months hit.

Terra Moderna: Specs and shades in this trend have a retro, handcrafted feel, with artisanal touches like leather piecing, weaving, perforations and topstitching. Be on the lookout for materials such as luxe plastics, straw, burnished brass and wood, which all add to a rustic appearance.

From left to right, top to bottom: Cinzia, Innovator; Crave, Club; Dakota Smith Los Angeles, Relentless; David Yurman, DY-075; Desert Sunglass, LA16306; Diesel, DL5032; English Laundry, Hooky; English Laundry, Moz; ete, Cogolin; EVATIK, 1021; GANT, Borea; Givenchy, SGV-454; Jil Sander, JS 2693; John Varvatos, V353; KATA, K303; Lafont, Lome; Lafont, Long Beach; Mario Galbatti, MG139; Michael Kors, Jameson; Modz, Pocatello; Nicole Miller, Christie; Ogi Eyewear, 3112; Original Penguin, The Frankie; Original Penguin, The Poindexter; Randolph Engineering, P3P1411; Scott Harris, SUN-02; Seraphin, Dale; Trussardi, TR12838; Trussardi, TR12918; William Morris London, WM6915; Zeal Optics, Darby

Paper + Ash: These specs are minimalist, yet primitive, and simple, yet intricate. Many feature supple black leather, cross additions, blackened metal and clear lucite.

From left to right, top to bottom: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Orbit; Amadeus Eyewear, A944; Badgley Mischka, Paulette; Carlos Santana, 11005; CAZAL, 7034; Cole Haan, CH612; Costa Sunglasses, Conch; Dakota Smith Los Angeles, Innovative; Dolabany Eyewear, Albert; ete, Ischia; EVATIK, 9063; Foster Grant, Mingle; Free Form Eyewear, FFA902; Genius Eyewear, G500; Helium, HE-4205; Jason Wu, Newtom; John Varvatos, V353; Judith Leiber, JL-1646; Kaenon, Driver; Kaenon, KAT-i; Maui Jim, Hideaways; Miyagi Eyewear, Kent; Modern Art, A336; Monalisa Eyewear, M8811; Original Penguin, The Chester; Plume Paris, Calais; Randolph Engineering, SP72411; Trussardi, TR12912; Tura, R406; Vera Wang, Ritva; Vivian Morgan, VM8023

 

Fashletes: Accessories in this style seek to combine flair with function. Bold hues and color blocking is essential, as well as authentic trims like nylon webbing, climbing rope, carabiners and click buckles in plastic or metal.

From left to right, top to bottom: Alexander Collection, Naomi; Betsey Johnson, BJ-0133; Cinzia, CIN-5005; Converse, On Your Mark; Corinne McCormack, Edie; Desert Sunglass, LA16605; Eco 2.0, Sao Paulo; Eco 2.0, Monaco; Face-a-Face, Iness-1; Face-a-Face, Veiga-1; Face-a-Face, Vinyl-2; FENDI, F1002; GUESS, GU-2344; ICU Eyewear, 8821; Jason Wu, Thea; Jonathan Paul, Kiata; Liberty Sport, Chaser; Maui Jim, Lilikoi; Michael Stars, Accomplished; Nike, EV0679; Optic Nerve, Solstice; Sea Striker, Thresher; Vera Bradley, Adrian; Vera Wang, Magda; Vigoss, 11038; VonZipper, Bionicle; VonZipper, Elmore; You'S Eyeworks, 908; Zeal Optics, Brewer; ZIGGY, S1322

Cystal Lab: Eyewear for this category pairs vintage style with modern materials to evoke a sense of irony. Cat eyes in clear, tinted plastic, classic pastel colors, smooth metal hardware or metallic leathers, ornate estate pieces and transparent effects are all the rage.

From left to right, top to bottom: 3.1 Phillip Lim, See-See; CAZAL, 9042; Corinne McCormack, Chelsea; Derek Lam, Phoenix; Diesel, DL0051; Emilio Pucci, EP715S; Face-a-Face, Bocca-2; Face-a-Face, Senso-3; Franco Sarto, 10138; GANT, Delmar; GUESS, GU-7226; GUESS by Marciano, GM-651; Jason Wu, Deidre; Konishi, KA5730; Lafont, Hampton; Lafont, Lido; Lanvin, SLN-551S; Michael Kors, Callie; Michael Stars, Classic Cool; Michael Stars, Frenchie Flair; Miyagi Eyewear, Promise; Nautica, N8077; Nicole Miller, Stanton; Ogi Eyewear, 3114; Salvatore Ferragamo, SF646S; Silhouette Eyewear, Melody; St. Moritz Eyewear, Willow; Trussardi, TR12840; Valentino, V105S; Vera Wang, Rubena; Zoo York Girls, 11000

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  1. I love to wear eyewear and you won’t believe how extreme can I go to get branded eyeglasses. Recently, I have travelled from Nebraska to Houston only to buy designer sunglasses. Yes! Many of my friends call me MAD. But trust me, I simply love fashionable eyewear, especially branded ones.

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