Accessories News


Safilo, Elie Saab Set Eyewear License

The pact runs through 2015, with the first collection available from January 2017.

Eyewear Brand Hawkers Turns to U.S. for Growth

The Spain-based brand has gained a steady following selling directly to consumers and marketing via mostly social media.

Derek Lam in New Eyewear Deal With Modo

Derek Lam has entered a worldwide licensing agreement with Modo for the design, manufacturing and distribution of eyewear frames and sunglasses under the Derek Lam 10 Crosby brand.

A look from Safilo designed by Marc Newson.

‘Reinventing’ Investments Hit Safilo Net

In the six months ended June 30, Safilo’s adjusted net profit declined 68.5 percent to 9.9 million euros, or $11.6 million, compared with 31.5 million euros, or $43.1 million, in the same period last year.

The workrooms in the 16th-century villa that Kering restored

Kering Approaching Eyewear With Novel Strategy

When Kering surprised the industry last fall with the news that it would bring its eyewear production and distribution in-house, it began to chip away at the long-accepted notion that licenses are necessary.

Bono, Revo

Revo Partners With U2’s Bono to Prevent Vision Impairment

The initiative is expected to raise $10 million to aid in providing access to vision care.

Taylor Swift

Seeing Stars: Celebrities in Eyewear

Executives from top eyewear brands discuss their favorite celeb plugs.

Trussardi Men's RTW Spring 2016

Trussardi, De Rigo Vision Sign Eyewear License

The line, debuting in Italy in November, will include men’s and women’s optical and sun frames.

L.A.M.B. by Gwen Stefani eyewear

Gwen Stefani, Tura Inc. Sign Eyewear Deal

Gwen Stefani and Tura Inc. have signed a multi-year eyewear deal for Stefani’s L.A.M.B. and GX by Gwen Stefani brands.