Eye Spy with My Stylish Gear

Published: 26th May 2015 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th May 2015 06:05 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: What  do you feel like at the present moment? Do you feel blue, sophisticated, elegant or sober? Well, at the Lawrence & Mayo boutique, at the showcase of new range of eyewear  through Luxaffaire, one could see sunglasses, reflective of the person you are — wherein people got a chance to look at the latest collections from the international brands at the event.

Eye Spy.jpgThe collection was an exhibition of the array of sunglasses and lenses that are available in the market all over the world. From high fashion European brands such as Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Versace, Blueberry, Michael Kors, Bulgari and many others, Luxaffaire was not just a luxury affair, but also brought a new paradigm in the arena of fashion and attitude.

The collection included eyewear in classic and vintage styles, contemporary fashion, frames which best suit you, while you play sports, and many others. The three day event came to a close on Sunday, with the latest eyewear collection straight from the Milan runway.

The event brought over 2,000 pieces of eyewear etched to perfection, matching the tastes of elite customers. The organisers say that the option to purchase it directly or pre-book the special editions helped customers own their favourite collection. With wooden frames, spiraling frames and straps which have a  quirky tinge and style to it, with designs like telephone wires and others, it encompassed shades of red, blue and green, among other colours.

The eyewear range that was showcased ranged from Rs 8,000 to Rs 22 lakh.

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