In her days, Linda Farrow mingled with the greatest names in the select world of fashion. Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Sonia Rykiel, Dior… Many chose the British eyewear designer to give their models that extra touch, with which to enhance their silhouettes.
Linda Farrow counted amongst the firsts to see in sunglasses the true and absolute fashion accessory. In the early 70s, her untamed creativity brought her immediate success. Despite it all, she chose to take a break, and spent the following decade focusing on her family. In 2003, her son Simon Jablon and his wife, Tracy Sedino, decided to revive the brand after unearthing Linda Farrow‘s collector frames from the family attic.
Today, Linda Farrow’s collaborations are just as iconic.
For Dries Van Noten? Acetate, pop and iridescent sunglasses, perfectly mirroring the Belgian fashion designer’s Spring Summer collection, filled with textures and sun-drenched colors.
For Philippe Lim? A candid, refined and retro look, the kind to revive the flame of past loves and the shivers you’d get when you heard an Elvis song flying off the record-player.
Minimalistic, still, modern, always, Linda Farrow’s oversized frames draw their inspiration from nature’s jade, marble and quartz, and have already grabbed the attention of the most influent… well, influencers.