For over 31 years, Oliver Peoples has established itself as the premier destination for luxury eyewear. Each pair of specs is hand-crafted to express the brand's vintage-meets-modern Southern California aesthetic, a method that has separated them from fellow imitators.
But in addition to craftsmanship, creativity has played a vital role in legitimizing the power of Oliver Peoples, which is why the idea of creativity itself inspired its latest campaign for a new line of eyewear.
Titled "In Conversation," the campaign centers around the stories of eight individuals who work in creative industries, where discussions of aspiration and artistic practice among the group work to inspire their respective creative processes. It's quite the Warholian/incubator experience, similar to the collaborative vibe of a French salon.
Photographed by Matthew Brookes, it stars French architects Hugo Sauzay and Charlotte de Tonnac, art dealer Lawrence Van Hagen, magazine mogul Dorian Grinspan, photographer Tasya Van Ree, gallery owner Jordan Watson, on the rise popstar CYN, and British singer Lianne La Havas.
Here's to brands like Oliver Peoples who promote creative flow!