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About Silver Lining Vintage

To say that Silver Lining Vintage founder Jordan Silver is an eyewear enthusiast is something of an understatement. Silver has been collecting vintage sunglasses and eyeglass frames since the 2000s and has become a well-respected authority on all things optical. In addition to working with household-name fashion designers, celebrities, and artists, in 2007 he partnered with licensed optician Erik Sacher to open the Silver Lining Opticians boutique in Manhattan’s glitzy SoHo neighborhood. Although SLO now serves as the home base for Silver Lining Vintage, Silver still curates collections for everyone from Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys to Jeffery. Simply put, the man knows his vintage eyewear, and we’re all better off for it.

Past Sales Featuring Silver Lining Vintage

Sale Ended June 02, 2012

Sunglass Shop

Now that summer's arrived — unofficially, anyway — it's the perfect time to invest in a pair of great sunglasses. Luckily for you we’ve compiled this collection of stylish shades by Paul Smith, Randolph Engineering, Linda Farrow, and a host of others. Stock up, and get ready for the season ahead.

Sale Ended September 19, 2011

Gilt MAN Finds: Vintage Sunglasses Curated by Silver Lining Vintage

When it comes to vintage eyewear, there’s really no greater authority than Jordan Silver of Silver Lining Vintage. In addition to his role as co-owner of the highly regarded Soho boutique Silver Lining Opticians, the man curates collections for heavy-hitters like Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys. This selection of unused vintage picks—all quite rare, and all sharp as hell—comes directly from his personal collection. You’re looking for the coolest frames you can get your hands on? You just found 'em.

Sale Ended September 10, 2011

Outside the Box by Nick Wooster

Think there’s only one way to wear that suit? Think again. Gilt MAN’s own Nick Wooster shows you how to get the most out of your closet with the season’s most versatile pieces. From suits and anoraks to boots and chinos—it’s time to take a different approach to the fall essentials.

Sale Ended July 31, 2012

Weekend Wear

Sure, you can lose the tie when the weekend hits (though you don't have to), but that doesn’t mean it’s time to slip into your finest sweatsuit and pretend it’s proper clothing. Make sure your off-the-clock look is up to snuff with this collection of casual gear. It’s everything you need to keep that style kicking on Saturday and Sunday.