Eye Respect Named Official Eyewear Brand For Festival
Eye Respect has been nominated as an official partner of the Isle of Wight festival. In a statement the brand has confirmed it has accepted an invitation to be present at the three-day event next month.
Plans are already in place to showcase a new sub-brand, LNDR Eyewear, which officially launches at London’s Duke Street Emporium on 23rd May.
Musicians, VIPs and celebrities will be given their own handmade Eye Respect or LDNR sunglasses at the festival, running between 12-15th June.
According to the firm, the diffusion line has an urban street aesthetic but retains the craftsmanship, as well as English and Italian influences, of its parent brand.
In the past, designs have been seen worn by the likes of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Kings of Leon, Biffy Clyro, The 1975 and Calvin Harris.
The news forms part of a big month for Eye Respect. In addition to providing eyewear for the Topman, Oliver Spencer and A.Sauvage shows at London Collections: Men, it will also unveil a new line to be sold exclusively at Topman’s Oxford Street Flagship store on 23rd July.
LDNR eyewear became available alongside at manufacturers month long stint at The Shop at Bluebird earlier this month. The Fulham store stocks the full eyewear range and offers custom assembly and fitting sessions on dedicated weekends.
Eye Respect lines are available online as well as at its London showroom and retailers including Fortnum and Mason, Liberty of London and Start London. Prices at The Shop at the Bluebird start from £185.
Eye Respect Named Official Eyewear Brand of Isle of Wight Festival