Ohhh, look who is back. Matsuda Eyewear was super popular in the 80’s and early 90’s and it is perfect timing for a major comeback. The Luxury Japanese eyewear brand teamed up with director Chris Greco to create a dreamy and conceptual video for the new collection.
As for the new collection, I am especially into style 2808H from the Heritage Collection. Made with premium Japanese acetate and engraved sterling silver in a matte grey tortoise, it is so classic and chic. If I could wear round frames I would be all over the M1005 from the Sun Collection.
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It was just snowing in NY and I feel guilty writing this but it’s about to be the weekend and since I have moved to LA I have not had a proper beach day yet. Sure, I have visited the beach when I’ve been near it. But there has not been a bikini-clad, beach towel and stack of magazines day. Alas, I am pretty sure this weekend it won’t happen. We are still in deep with getting the apartment in order.
I took a visit to see the new styles coming out in the Spring from O’neill and these four were my favorites. I look forward to the time when my life feels settled in and beach days are not just fantasies but regular life. In the meantime, you can cop any of these printed styles I found below on sale from O’neill now and start dreaming with me.
Hot House Flower fall fashion editorial I styled on FOAM. Click links for where to buy or websites.
Sheer Tuxedo Collar Top by Paul Smith Mainline
Harness Bra and High Waist Brief in Orange Polka Dot by Chromat
Calyspo Earrings & Medusa Beaded Yellow Bracelet by Lulu Frost
Beth Black Ring by Delphine-Charlotte Parmentier
Janis mirrored sunglasses by MYKITA & Bernhard Willhelm
Sita Suede Platforms by Betsey Johnson / Nordstrom
Shocking Pink Lips Clutch by Lulu Guinness / luluguinness.com
A street style snap of me outside the Libertine show during NYFW. Thanks @NYCStreetfile but I have to correct my clothing credits.
Jenni Lee, Stylist of Once When I Was
Shirt: Equipment France
Sunglasses: Tom Ford
Jeans: Citizens of Humanity
Shoes: Miss Sixty
Bag: Jeremy Scott for Longchamp