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Linda Farrow

Fashion designer, Linda Farrow, founded her luxury eyewear brand in 1970. One of the first designers to regard eyewear as fashion, her avant-garde designs quickly garnered acclaim in the high fashion world. Celebrities including Yoko Ono were fans, as well as acclaimed fashion brands including Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Dior and more.

Following a 20-year hiatus, the brand was revived by her son, Simon Jablon. Simon was 24 when he inadvertently uncovered a huge archive of vintage Linda Farrow sunglasses in one of the family warehouses. This incredible discovery of mint-condition eyewear inspired him to relaunch the brand as Linda Farrow Vintage.

The frames were snapped up by London’s top luxury department stores including Harvey Nichols and Browns. In fact, demand was so strong that he decided to create his own Linda Farrow eyewear range.

Under the creative direction of Simon, Linda Farrow has firmly established itself as one of the most exciting brands in fashion today with over 30 standalone stores and concessions and collections stocked in a further 500 stores around the globe.

Linda Farrow optical frames are expertly crafted from fine Japanese titanium or Italian acetate to create timelessly modern pieces. Sunglasses are a celebration of the most opulent materials engineered to create stylish frames. The finest Japanese titanium and Italian acetate are utilised to create timeless pieces, oozing functionality without compromising style.

The company today continues to collaborate with acclaimed fashion designers including The Attico, Paco Rabanne, Magda Butrym, Dries Van Noten and more. Celebrity wearers of Linda Farrow eyewear include the Hadid sisters, Beyonce, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner and Lady Gaga, amongst others.

This super stylish cult brand has proved to be very popular amongst our fashion forward customers who adore the cutting-edge designs and evident quality of the frames. If you’d like to find out more about our Linda Farrow collection, do get in touch or just pop into the store.