LINDA FARROW

LINDA FARROW

ABOUT BRAND

www.lindafarrow.co.uk

Established in 1970, the Linda Farrow a brand of luxury eyewear rose quickly to acclaim amongst stylish Londoners and the international jet set. Originally a fashion designer herself, Linda Farrow was one of the first to treat sunglasses as fashion, producing collection after collection, her finger is always on the pulse of the times.

A tireless experimenter, Farrow pioneered many of the shapes and styles that remain au courant today. Farrow’s relentless pursuit of luxury, innovation and cutting-edge design continues to mark the brand almost forty years on. Renowned for its collaborations with many of the world’s most acclaimed designers (Yohji Yamamoto, Raf Simons, Dries Van Noten, Matthew Williamson, Bernhard Willhelm and Jeremy Scott among them), its unprecedented range of vintage sunglasses (over 2000 original designs from the 70s and 80s), and its uncompromisingly luxurious Fine Jewellery and Luxe lines, Linda Farrow has established itself as one of the most exciting brands in fashion today.

With a steady stream of coverage in the world’s most prestigious fashion publications, frequent celebrity sightings (on the likes of Kate Moss, Chloé Sevigny, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Kanye West, Agyness Deyn and Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, to name but a few) and exciting new projects on the way, Linda Farrow’s fashion-forward pace shows no signs of abating.

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May 04, 2013 YOHJI YAMAMOTO
Date — May 04, 2013
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YOHJI YAMAMOTO
JUNE 28, 2012PARIS
By Matthew Schneier
“Bruised defiance” would make a nice subtitle for aYohji Yamamoto autobiography. The designer, so instrumental to the rise of Japanese fashion in the 1980′s, has fallen out of the center of fashion’s conversation—and into bankruptcy and back—in recent years, but never given up the fight. Bruised defiance was certainly the look he courted tonight, when he sent out models with black eyes and cuts on their faces. On they soldiered, and so does he. But it was hard not to notice that, though the room was full, attendance among American editors was at an all-time low. (Retailers, for the record, were somewhat better represented.) Those absent missed a solid, likable show, the main message of which was volume: billowing, shortened pants, mostly, tied off at the bottom or gathered with elastic, complemented with two-button jackets or long, thin coats. The colors were unusually lovely, too, in combinations like salmon and orange, or salmon and creamy sky blue. Still, it felt like Yohji doing Yohji. A few more surprises might help to lure some of those editors back.
Date — May 02, 2013
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Date — April 29, 2013
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WALTER VAN BEIRENDONCK
Date — March 08, 2013
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COMME DES GARCONS TRICOT X SHIRT X BEATLES
Date — November 02, 2007
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