The British version of Vogue recently covered the growing trend of eyeglasses as a fashion statement. The magazine’s fashion features editor comments that:
“Today, spectacles are less about seeing than being seen. Perhaps that’s why people are using the term “optical wardrobe” to describe their spectacle collections. Right now the mood is academic…”
“…three women wearing glasses at the Oscars this year – Kate Winslet’s thick-rimmed black pair met with rapturous approval on social media – and you can consider the humble spectacle officially revive.
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(Photo: Patricia Arquette at the 2016 Oscars.)