Oliver Peoples is truly a one-stop shop for must-have eyewear. The label’s sexy sunglasses and retro-inspired eyeglasses are wildly popular with the optical-obsessed crowd — particularly fans of mod and oversize shapes. In fact, the craze for vintage frames and sunglasses started in 1986 with the opening of Oliver Peoples' Hollywood boutique, which company founders Larry and Dennis Leight initially stocked with a selection of frames they’d bought at an estate sale. From polarized aviator sunglasses (the Victory) to beveled plastic glasses (Tycoon) and unisex wayfarers (the Daddy B), Oliver Peoples makes sunglasses to suit every face shape and style. Since 2006 the company has been a property of Luxottica: the world’s largest eyewear company, and owner of Oakley, Ray-Ban, and other iconic sunglasses labels.
Retro-inspired shades with a Hollywood following.
Universally flattering eyewear hand-assembled in San Francisco, and more
Inspired by a collection of vintage sunglasses, the brothers Leight created their first collection of Oliver Peoples glasses over 25 years ago. The glasses have been popular ever since and it’s easy to see why — sleek takes on aviators, tortoiseshell frames, polarized lenses, and more. All that is on full display here, just in time for a summer full on sun-soaked activities.
Standout shades in every silhouette, from aviators, to Wayfarers, and more