Our world of vintage Eyewear
60s, 70s, 80s, 90s
Sporty Racing Shades
Sunglasses designed and manufactured like the sports cars.
The Ferrari Story
Blue Brothers Sunglasses
The success of product placement by Ray-Ban.
To the movies
the legendary M1 model
Stevie Wonder made the Alpina M1 his trademark ...
From the typical John Lennon “Look” to the classic, oval-shaped forms.
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Artistic Eyewear Creations
Casanova glasses represent the spirit and the exuberance of the Venetian carnival.
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Neostyle Nautic - The Elvis Glasses
Thanks to Elvis Presley, the Neostyle Nautic Series became world famous. The model 'Nautic 2' is a rare collector's item.
To the Elvis Story
Oversized Style of the 70's
Many celebrities wore the oversized sunglasses since the 70's.
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Dolce Vita Lifestyle
Why wore Steve McQueen sunglasses by Persol Ratti? What made the models 649 and 714 so special?
To the Persol story
Sports-designs and functional sports-glasses have here been pooled into one category.
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Unusual lines management, flashy colors, projecting shapes or everything at once.
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Sunglasses as profitable business
In the 80's, other noted brands realized that dealing with optics-related accessories is profitable. Bugatti, Jaguar, Ferrari and Porsche made a great business of it.
About the 80's sunglasses
But those are the real stars – the timeless glasses that even overcome any fashion trend.
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Hip Hop Cazal
Why became Cazal so famous?
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Boeing Pilots Sunglasses
The Boeing Collection combines high-tech, design and lifestyle equally.
To the Boeing Story
Perfectly square glasses-frames are a rare thing, so the sectioning of our big range of vintage eyeglasses in this case makes sense.
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Giorgio Armani Classics
... the world famous 'Schubert Glasses'.
The Bugatti tear drop design
Luxury sunglasses for luxury automobiles.
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The John Lennon Collection
Round vintage eyeglasses named after famous Lennon songs.
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This style is connected with Ray-Ban. Everybody knows the legendary Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses.
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Famous Yoko Ono shades
Vintage Porsche sunglasses stand for innovative designs and top-notch quality. Interchangeable lenses and folding frames made this brand popular.
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monolithic Metzler glasses
Metzler frames and Metzler sunglasses were built to last.
The jeweller of kings and the king of jewellers.
Read the full story.
Carrera Sport's Shades
Functionality, innovation and top-notch crafting are characteristic of Carrera.
To the Carrera story
What makes the Gaultier sunglasses so special? Why are they called "steampunk"?
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A question of quality in the 90's
Many details ornamented the frames and various new developments stimulated the market.
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XXL Shades á la Dior
The oversized 70's Dior sunglasses are still in high demand.
Why is that ...
Alain Mikli creations were part of various Haute Couture Shows in the 1980's. Andy Warhol wore the Mikli model 'violin clef'.
What made Mikli so different?
Elegance and functionality
These classic men's sunglasses are excellent made and typify the Gentleman Lifestyle.
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Originally those shades used to be sport glasses. But up to now they have become a reference in style as well as a designer masterpiece.
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Glasses as fashion accessory
Various famous fashion designers present their first eyewear collections. The slogan “the glasses for the dress” becomes popular.
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Quality more important than design
In the 60's, the manufacturers were focused on the quality of the eyeglasses. The design was rather secondarily. The frames were built to last.
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Vintage sunglasses have always been part of the HipHop scene.
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