The super cool, ultra rectangular, in-your-face, IPISH, with a slanted bevel across the top, is large and in charge. Worn by intellectuals, mathematicians, and spooks in the 1950s, these frames are perfect for those of you with a bit larger noggin — err, brain.
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Think LEMTOSH, but with a little more cat eye and made smaller for folks who don't have gigantic heads (or rather, folks who have slightly smaller heads).
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Can't decide between The NEBB, LEMTOSH, and MILTZEN? Stop trying. The GRUNYA is an amalgamation of all three and simply put, it rocks.
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Based on Captain America's spectacles from the 1960s, with a 30% blue tinted lens for good measure, The BISSLE will inspire you to hop on your bike (be it Harley or otherwise) and hit the open road.
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Fashion is in the air all over the world at the moment, New York last week. London this week. Milan next week. Paris the week after! Fashionistas are oohing and ahhing over the new collections and MOSCOT Eyewear. Mens' fashion is seeing a return to classic tailored looks and MOSCOT frames featured in Baron Wells and Petrou/Man were the perfect accessory to top off these polished looks on the runway. Take a peek at the photos below. Congratualtions to Baron Wells and Petrou/Man for a great shows!
Baron Wells SS 2012
Petrou Man SS 2012
Look at what we found! The incredibly talented and beautiful, Julianne Moore, posted this photo of herself wearing The DIANE (from our MOSCOT SUN Collection) on the set of her new movie, What Maisie Knew, and boy does she wear this frame well! We can't wait to see the movie....and more of her in The DIANE!
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If you loved The TERRY, our collaboration with famed photographer, Terry Richardson, you’ll be kvelling over The TERRY Sun with Downtown Dirty Brown lenses.
These oversized, acetate frames in jet black are now available as sunglasses, with two dot rivets at the temples, a key hole bridge with cut out detail, and a five barrel hinge.
A fixture on Terry himself, and often spotted on the faces of his subjects and the celebrities he shoots, the faithfully reproduced frames are available now online at moscot.com and at MOSOT NYC shops.
Get down and dirty as fast as you can ....
We spotted Jerome, looking great in his NEBB in the Financial District this weekend!
Where are you from?
Born in Manila, grew up in Los Angeles, living in NYC.
What do you do?
I work in finance for an investment bank.
How long have you been a MOSCOT fan?
I’ve been a MOSCOT fan for a long time and I was finally able to pick up a pair earlier this year.
What is your favorite MOSCOT frame?
Right now, I’m wearing The NEBB. I love the way they add a little spice to the usual monkey suit.
What are your hobbies/past times?
My favorite past time at the moment is wandering around NYC with my girlfriend searching for the best cocktail bars. I’m up for any place that serves a good old-fashioned Old Fashioned.
Who are your favorite designers (besides MOSCOT, of course)?
I’m a little bit all over the place. I’m a huge fan of the work they do at Opening Ceremony, but I also like Club Monaco and J.Crew. For work, my go-tos are Charles Tyrwhitt and Brooks Brothers. In the end, I still stay true to my Levi’s and Nikes.
Last night MOSCOT and MOSCOT Music hosted a phenomenal Fashion’s Night Out with great tunes, delicious drinks, and a fun loving crowd at the MOSCOT Orchard Street Gallery and Music Space.
First up was the amazing, Madi Diaz, who hit the stage performing songs from EP, Far From Things That We Know. Her infectious, warm personality and magical voice made for the perfect opening act.
Next up, the main event: the incredibly talented, Brett Dennen who sang a mix of songs from his new album, Loverboy, and old favorites. The packed house sang and danced to every song and were even treated to an impromptu jam session with fellow musicians, Tom Freund and Josh Osswald. Brett was really in his element performing in our intimate, casual music space -- and it showed as he treated his fans to encore after encore!
It was truly a treat to have a performer of this caliber play in our Music Space! And a huge debt of gratitude to the oh so dapper, Dan Sabo, mixologist of Brooklyn’s Five Leaves Restaurant, and his bar mate, Carlos, who created special cocktails just for our event made with Spiced Rum generously provided by Brinley Gold.
We couldn’t have asked for a better event -- great drinks, amazing performers and a packed house of MOSCOT fans (some super MOSCOT fans even flew in from across the pond - i.e. the UK)! Stay tuned for information on our next MOSCOT Music event and keep checking moscot.com/moscot-music.html