Exclusive Eyewear from Clare Vivier and Steven Alan

Clare Vivier has been successful in making her name in the world of fashion. She has earned high popularity for her luxe duffels and oversize clutches. Even she has been successful in ruling the fashion world with her empire of accessories. Now this lady has joined hands with the stockist and her friend Steven Alan for exclusive eyewear collections. The designer has said, “I’ve never done sunglasses before, but I’m really interested in getting into more accessories categories, so I was thrilled when Steven asked me.” She continues, “I think his aesthetic works really well with ours. The sunglasses are a true reflection of both brands.”

Interestingly, each pair of sunglasses has been named after those towns of France that the lady has visited while spending her annual vacations for summer. You will get excellent sunglasses that have been named as Nice, Cap Ferrat, St. Gilles, and the likes. The eyewear collections come in varied design and different colors. According to the designer, “We did some red and blue, which is a classic combination for me, and there are some pink and purple ones, too.”

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Vivier has also said, “We actually call the Nice style ‘the Lizzie’ around the office. Our graphic designer, Lizzie, had this great pair of big, round vintage sunglasses we wanted to re-create.” She has added, “As vintage collectors, we all drew inspiration from our own pieces.”

If you are looking for vintage type eyewear, you can definitely have a look at these sunglasses. They are really a good combination of quirky and unserious with French gamine and L.A. style. The lady really seems very confident about her new accessories. She said, “I think what’s great about our collection is that any girl can wear them. They’re really timeless, and I think they’re a refreshing option for everyday, casual wear.”

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