We invite you to experience the whole range of styles and signature colors from Etnia Barcelona, all in one place.
Between their collections, Etnia has something for everyone. Originals is comprised of colorful frames for people seeking to express their creative side. Vintage focuses on lovers of the classic form. And Etnia’s Advanced collection, which is designed with innovative materials and techniques, is extremely light and comfortable. Etnia even has a smart and fun collection for kids, too!
This one-day event is a rare opportunity not to be missed.
Saturday January 27th 12-4pm
Dan Deutsch Optical Outlook | West Third
8358 West Third St
Los Angeles, CA 90048
RSVP encouraged Refreshments served Special pricing during the event
Trunk Show featuring the latest eyewear from Oliver Peoples. We will previewing every frame in every color from the Oliver Peoples S/S 2014 collection, as well as their new California-inspired line West.
Masunaga has been hand crafting eyewear in Fukui, Japan since 1905. The care and dedication to quality they feature is of a level rarely seen in the optical industry, and in honor of them entering the American market, Masunaga and DDOO partnered to showcase nine top craftsmen in Los Angeles and ask them, “What does craftsmanship mean to you?”
And you can get involved, and even win prizes! Post a pic of you & your craft to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #WhatsYourCraft and you could win a free pair of Masunaga frames, or any one of multiple amazing prizes featuring the internationally acclaimed craftsmen featured in our series.
Who’s who: Notable Designers from the History of Eyewear
Vintage eyewear include designers Oleg Cassini, Cazal, LaFont, Robert La Roche, Emmanuelle Khahn, Laura Biogitti, Valentino, Ted Lapidus, Jean Paul Gaultier, Alain Mikli, Silhouette, Optical Affairs Christian Roth, Anne Klein, Liz Claiborne, Persol, Versace, Ray-Ban and more.
Sale items reflect a range of styles from the decades like small circles from the 60s, classic aviators, rimless, and oversized disco styles from the 70s; python-trimmed sunglasses from the 80s’s.
Dan wouldn’t say goodbye to his babies without a proper farewell. He will be on hand to dispense fashion advice, make adjustments, and help find the perfect fit for every face.
“This really is a can’t-miss event,” he says. “These are unique, irreplaceable gems…one of a kind pieces that–once they sell–will be gone forever.”
Your favorite opticians pouring your favorite drink. A worthy cause. One night only.
Join the Dan Deutsch Optical Outlook crew, Full Picture Public Relations as we take over the main bar Whiskey Blue at the W Los Angeles – Westwood on July 25th 7-10pm. A portion of the proceeds will go to the UNICEF Tap Project, a dynamic movement that affords everyone the opportunity to help provide the world’s children with safe, clean water.
Mosley Tribes, Paul Smith Spectacles & Oliver Peoples Trunk Show
Come and get a look at the sizzling Oliver Peoples Summer 2012 collection, featuring Braverman, Mande and Olivia. There will be music, refreshments, gift bags with purchase, and special pricing during the event.
Dan Deutsch Optical Outlook Studio City 12050 Ventura Blvd Studio City, CA 90069 818.752.8606
Will you be attending the Academy Awards on Sunday? Whether you’re the host, like this year’s James Franco or Anne Hathaway, an underdog nominee, like Winter’s Bone producers Anne Rosellini and Alix Madigan-Yorkin, a guest or even a seat-filler, you will want to take some extra steps to make sure your eyewear is picture perfect.
If you are wearing glasses to the event,
Make sure your lenses aren’t scratched. If they are, get your lenses replaced (there may still be time!) Make sure to have anti-reflective coated lenses so that your eyes come across clear and bright.
Make sure the frames and lenses are clean. Have the glasses ultrasonically cleaned by a professional in advance. At the very least bring a micro-fiber cleaning cloth with you and if possible a small bottle of cleaner especially formulated for anti-reflective coatings, as well. Anti-reflective lenses can easily smudge and you can’t have that!
Make sure the frames are adjusted properly. You want to be comfortable, and you want to make sure your glasses are properly fitted and not crooked. It’s normal for eyewear to come out of adjustment over time, so come in close to the event to make sure everything is perfect. A full adjustment will include making sure any screws are properly tightened.
Bring a spare. Slip a second pair into your inner coat pocket or clutch. Wardrobe malfunctions can happen to the best. The backup pair can be exactly the same or something different for an instant costume change.
When selecting eyewear for the Academy Awards, make sure to coordinate your glasses with the rest of your outfit. Glasses are jewelry to the face. Don’t let them be an afterthought. Sunglasses are ok on the red carpet, but make sure the lenses aren’t too dark. You want the power of your eyes to come through.
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