The fact that Vogue glasses share their name with a famous fashion magazine is not a coincidence: since the label was founded, it has specialised in the design and production of exclusive, stylish glasses. The latest shapes, colours and details are an integral part of the Italian brand's concept. This is what makes them the preferred choice of trendsetters and fashion enthusiasts. Vogue glasses prove that extremely fashionable eyewear doesn't have to cost the world.
Vogue Eyewear has existed since 1973 and was already ahead of its time when it was founded: long before glasses generally became a fashion accessory, the label made stylish glasses affordable. The brand continues to follow this principle to this day and combines it with a high standard of suitability for everyday use. It can rely on the know-how of one of the largest eyewear manufacturers in the world: the Italian company, Luxottica. Vogue has been part of its subsidiary group since 1990. The clear positioning in the premium fashionable segment is also reflected in the selection Vogue brand ambassadors: among them, for example, is the well-known US model, Gigi Hadid.
You have discovered a hot glasses look on Instagram or on a fashion blog and want to recreate it? There's a good chance you'll find the right model in the selection of Vogue glasses. The brand's designers often pick up on the latest trends prior to many competitors. The most recent example is the comeback of smaller metal glasses, that provide a change from heavier frames. Vogue frames in this style are available in many different versions. The spectrum ranges from circular, intellectual "nickel glasses" to romantic, heart-shaped models. Also making a reappearance are the cat eye glasses made of plastic. The Vogue frames in this style are sometimes a bit smaller and as such combine elements from the 50s and 90s. In some models, the shape is also strongly accentuated and deliberately "exaggerated" to enhance their extravagant aura.
The Vogue eyewear designers are constantly discovering new aspects of these well-established and popular panto and trapezoidal shapes. Here, they rely above all on the play of colours and materials, to create the most varied effects. The combination of a fiery red, slightly transparent frame and golden temples with round panto lenses is very classy and elegant. And speaking of which: the collection offers a whole range of different shades of red. This allows you for example, to match your frame to your favourite lipstick. The fact that panto glasses can also appear extremely sporty is demonstrated by a pair in royal blue plastic with dynamically curved inlays in the temples. And for those that love a futuristic look, there is a model with a completely transparent frame. Just as interesting are the Vogue glasses with colour gradients, where the frame gets lighter towards the bottom. These create a similar effect to half-rim glasses: the glasses overall appear to be lighter and emphasise the eyebrows more.
* Sum of regular shop price for the frame and the recommended retail price (RRP) for two anti-reflective, scratch-resistant single vision plastic lenses (refraction index 1.5) no greater than sph. +6.0/-6.0 D; cyl. +2.0/-2.0 D.
** All frames include two anti-reflective, scratch-resistant single vision plastic lenses (refraction index 1.5) no greater than sph. +6.0/-6.0 D; cyl. +2.0/-2.0 D.
The crossed out prices without RRP are the standard prices at Mister Spex.