Kirk &Kirk – The Pioneers In Optics
From the years, the the Kirks have designed eyewear for the stars, classifying such taste setters as Samuel L. Jackson, Robbie Williams, Stevie Rarity, Oasis, U2 and you may have spotted their work on Gary Oldman’s well-formed nose in the Batman trilogy. There is a coy scent of retro about their work, influenced by the form icons of the 1960s, like Michael Caine and Peter Sellers, but constantly entreating the boundaries in eyewear, seeking out innovative materials and details. Their new amassment, Vivarium, is handmade in France using specially created Italian acrylics, one of a kind in the world of eyewear, to give the frames an easily identifiable distort palette. They are also far lighter than most formulates so they are extremely comfortable to wear, especially if you have a spicy prescription that requires heavy lenses. Inspired by Victorian scientists and their allure with nature, each frame is named after a luminary of the era. On their situation a mini-biography shares tongue in cheek truths about how each context was named.
The Specs are Decorated with Discrete Animal Fixes created by Artisan Jewelers
The specs are decorated with disconnected animal pins created by artisan jewelers in the North of England and you can on from horses, flies, lions and rams in sterling lustrous or nine carat gold. Bored with seeing tortoise frame and black everywhere, Kirk & Kirk adopted autumnal loyalties with a slightly metallic edge to allow you to dress your glad eyes with the under-stated glamour that they deserve. This hoard allows you to express your personality by wearing something honourable a little different from the crowd. It can be under-stated with a comical anthracite grey or bold and confident in blue or sage untested. Whichever way you go, these beautiful glasses are made to be enjoyed, not barely looked through. To purchase on-line please go to luxury eyesite