Selima Optique just landed in TriBeCa at Robin Brouilette + Tribeca Collective!
We proudly unveil our Maggie Norris for Selima collaborative sunglasses, ‘Marlene Optique.’ Four distinctly colored frames, including both matte and polished finishes, inspired by the glamour and style of 1930′s Hollywood darling Marlene Dietrich.
Maggie Norris is a consummate artist, infused with a passion that has taken her to the very height of design, Haute Couture, a world where art and beauty meld into a dialogue of craft and expertise.
“My affinity to the Haute Couture craftsmanship is because of its unyielding perfection.”
Maggie Norris has always designed her collections in an attempt to create pieces that are refined, unique and timeless. Furthermore, Maggie’s Couture pieces have been featured in such publications as Vogue, Vanity Fair and The New York Times, and have been exhibited in museums such as the V&A, the Museum of the City of New York and The Museum of FIT.
Our ‘Marlene Optique’ exudes a similar style and sophistication her clients have come to respect.
Find the Marlene available at Selima Optique stores in New York and Paris, in our online shop, and stockists worldwide.
In light of the never ending demand of our coveted Money 2 sunglasses, we had our sights set on a third installment.
As well as an eyewear designer, Selima Salaun is a collector of vintage accessories. Salaun derives significant inspiration for her eyewear from her impressive collection of vintage accessories and glasses. Her collection of vintage eyewear is arguably one of the world’s largest. Motivated by her love for film, she initially sought iconic pieces worn by actors in film noir classics.For those that can’t get enough of Selima Salaun’s style, there will be an opportunity to hear her accessories design perspective live at IAC’s 15th Annual Fashion Conference, as she will be a guest on the panel “The Main Event: Icons, Iconoclasm, and Innovation in Fashion and Accessories Design,” moderated by Frank Zambrelli, Chairman of the Accessories Council. You can find out more at, extraordinaryiac.eventbrite.com...
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Frontman Matt Berninger wears our Menrad frame in crystal while drummer Bryan Devendorf wears his Zeke with clear lenses during the intimate “Tiny Desk Concert,” taking place in an office space at NPR.