Tom Ford, one of the greatest designers in the league, who has also held position as Creative Director for fashion houses like Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, ahs made his mark in the respective field. He can actually be called the pioneer of luxury goods. It was his imagination that broke the set boundaries for goods. After giving a new direction to luxury goods, Tom Ford is looking forward to eyewear. TOM FORD eyewear collection has three basic features; strong frames, simple designs (as yet) and a lot of shapes and colors. The whole collection amalgamates various classical shapes like the aviators and other overstated sunglasses. The details have been given a special place in the designs. It is indeed a luxurious collection. Believe me, own one of these and you will feel like a superstar.
Karen Walker, the name that rules the quirky fashion world today started in 1990 with almost nothing. She was recognized as late as 1998, when Walker showcased her first runway line in Hong Kong. She is known for her quirky, chic designs. In recent years, she has presented her clothing on the ramps from Australia to London to New York. In 2005, she expanded her clothing line to eyewear. Her eyewear is as cool as her clothing and sometimes seems unwearable too. Her first eyewear line called ‘sunnies’ sold big in Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Now, she has come up with a line of shades for 2007 called ‘Vote for Karen Walker’. The name may sound out of place but the shades are just right for this season. The range is large; it has 33 designs to offer. Fun, funk, colors, are the tags I can give to this line. However, the designs can’t be worn on a serious call but will work for you from a beach to a movie. The colors are sharp and you may take time while picking these. But remember, the neon colors are in this season, so you have a reason to get one of these. The frames are large, however, not too big, which is another reason making them a must have. The only thing I didn’t understand is why the models in the pictures are crying or is that sweat. Well, whatever it is, I would like to be enlightened on this very fact. Anyone?