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About Beryll

The brainchild of former architect Sigmar Berg, +Beryll is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle brand that creates hand-made sunglasses and other accessories for discerning taste-makers. +Beryll's limited-edition wraparounds, updated aviators, and oversize rock-star shades are made with nickel-free surgical stainless steel, hand-polished Italian acetate, and top-of-the-line UVA, UVB, and UVC filtering lenses in a range of colors. The label's jackets, cuffs, bags, and belts are hand-crafted from high-quality leathers and feature metal hardware, distressed textures, and other stylish features. Lenny Kravitz, Sarah Jessica Parker and Steven Tyler are just a few of the many celebrities who wear +Beryll.

Past Sales Featuring Beryll

Sale Ended October 15, 2011

Fall Favorites

As you’ve no doubt noticed, autumn has arrived. That means it’s time to trade that warm weather gear for sweaters, jackets, and heavier fabrics that can stand up to a brisk day. That, and get ready for the leaves to change. Here, an essential lineup of fall gear to see you through the season in style.

Sale Ended May 06, 2011

+Beryll Men's and Women's Sunglasses and Accessories

Get a dose of classic L.A. cool with these picks from the luxury accessory experts at +Beryll. From top-quality sunglasses—be they oversize acetate numbers, or classic wire aviators—to distressed leather belts and cuffs, these picks will have you looking effortlessly with-it through the summer (and well beyond). Smart. Stylish. Easy.

Sale Ended July 18, 2011

Summer Style Guide

Gentlemen, allow us to present the one-stop shop for all your warm-weather needs. This collection has everything from ties to trousers to trunks to keep you looking stylish through the dog days of summer. So whether you're building out a whole wardrobe, or grabbing that one piece you're missing, we've got you covered.

Sale Ended April 14, 2012

Classic Cool: Leather Jackets, Jeans & More

The perfect leather jacket, slim jeans — these have been part of the cool guy uniform for more than half a century, and they look as good today as they ever did. Find your own take on the style here, and get ready for legions of fawning fans (or at least a few nods of appreciation next time you head downtown).