Your glasses should be a reflection of your personality. After all, they are an accessory that you wear every day. While facial expressions can give us certain cues, your general appearance gives off another impression, and you want to make sure that you are giving the right one.

In an environment where first impressions are supremely important (such as a business setting), non-verbal cues are equally as significant, if not more, than your oral communication skills. In these instances, the safest route is to go with frames that are conservative and neutral in style, shape and color to convey professionalism, order and sensibility. Rimless eyewear from LINDBERG is a great option, as is Prodesign for classic, understated looks.

Prodesign Glasses

Top: Prodesign 1231 for women. Bottom: Prodesign 1170 for men.

Perhaps you are an active person outside of a professional atmosphere. Frames that are designed for athletic purposes not only look sporty and cool, but they serve an important protective purpose. Oakley eyewear, a brand renowned around the world for its popularity in the sports world, has excellent options for those who like to get their heart racing. Oakley Ratchet frames, for example, are outfitted with Unobtainium earpieces that maintain their grip through wetness and perspiration. The sleek look of the half-rim frame gives off a strong, yet casual vibe.

Oakley Ratchet
Fancy a bit of fun? Colorful frames with intriguing designs say a lot about your appreciation of good art and ability to take life in stride. Those who like bold colors and flirty concepts should take a look at the Face a Face eyewear collection.

Face a Face eyewear

Clockwise from top right: Face a Face Agape, Face a Face Roxan, Face a Face Axess, Face a Face Elvis, Face a Face Adore

The French designer offers each of these styles, among many others, in a vast selection of eye-catching colors.

For those who enjoy interesting design, Lafont eyeglasses take it to the next level. With laser-cut frames, bright color schemes and unconventional rim shapes, the brand helps you to show off your unique and playful personality.

Lafont eyewear

Top: Lafont Audace. Left: Lafont Borgia, Lafont Boutade, Lafont Evidence. Right: Lafont Tresor, Lafont Bibi, Lafont Eldorado.

Face à Face eyewear is one eyeglass brand that recognizes that the value of glasses and sunglasses can go beyond functionality, becoming an object of desire that’s as personal to the individual as any other accessory with which they choose to adorn themselves.
 
Established in 1995 by designers Pascal Jaulent and Nadine Roth, Face à Face brings continental chic to every pair of glasses and sunglasses in its collections. And yet other than the elite construction, exclusive designs, and distinctive architecture that define the brand, Face à Face eyewear is as diverse as those who find themselves drawn to it. All Face à Face eyewear is handmade in France, near the French Alps, using premium materials like high-impact acetates and optical grade titanium. Jaulent and Roth create jewelry for the face and, like jewelry, their glasses and sunglasses allow the wearer to express his or her own unique style.

Devotees of the brand attribute their loyalty to Face à Face Eyewear’s dedication to distinctive texture and color combinations, unexpected pairings of diverse materials, sculptural touches like sweeping contours and crisp angles, and options that include everything from classic neutrals to the trendiest colors, from streamlined frames perfect for executives to oversized sunglasses that are starlet-ready. The keyword is intensity, but it’s intensity without drama.

Maybe that’s why Face à Face glasses and sunglasses are so popular with celebrities who want a polished image without projecting flamboyance. You may have admired Face à Face fames on Dustin Hoffman, Dennis Hopper, and Sigourney Weaver without knowing precisely what you were seeing.

No matter who you are, what you wear, or how you live, there is a pair of Face à Face glasses that will bring out your natural allure by framing the brilliance that is already present.

Face a Face Axess 5 eyeglassesFace a Face Bliss 1 eyeglasses

Face a Face Galla 4 eyeglassesFace a Face Adore 1 eyeglasses

 

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What do these celebrities have in common: Annette Bening, Jude Law, Geena Davis, Ellen Barkin, Minnie Driver, Sarah Jessica Parker, Chris Noth (Sex in the City), and Kate Walsh (Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice)? They all have a pair of Face a Face eyewear or Face a Face sunglasses. Whether it is wardrobe masters choosing the perfect glasses for a must-have scene or a personal choice for sunglasses or chic eyewear to make the paparazzi dizzy, Face a Face eyeglasses put you where you want to be.

From elegantly classic to stylishly retro, Face a Face eyewear is a great addition to your summer wardrobe as well as a welcome accent the entire year. Choose your character, your shape and your color, and prepare to dazzle everyone you meet. You won’t go wrong with these “made in France” designer glasses that are not only featured on American celebrities but also in magazines such as Elle, Marie Claire, InSytle, Allure and Madame Figaro? These are must-have accessories for your face, especially in the summertime when everyone is not only out and about locally, but taking trips and making time to see and be seen.

Face a Face eyeglasses are known for quality craftsmanship and are hand-made in Paris. A number of awards have been given to Face a Face founders Pascal Jaulent and Nadine Roth, specifically for their Face a Face “Miami” designer sunglasses.

Here are a few more names that you will find wearing Face a Face glasses: Quentin Tarantino, Isabelle Huppert, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Hillary Swank, Gilles Jacob, Eva Herzigova, Willem Dafoe, and Lars von Trier. Don’t let these celebrities be the only ones with amazing works of art accenting their famous faces – get a pair of your own at www.viziooptics.com/face-a-face-glasses.

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