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August 26, 2010

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May 9, 2010

Seraphin 2010 Spring/Summer Sunwear

Seraphin appeals to the romantic hero who yearns for sophisticated luxury, precision handcrafting and classic price points. Modernizing the spirit of the past, Seraphin sets the tone for the romantic hero with the newest additions to the 2010 Sunwear Collection. Within each frame lies a unique story that exemplifies the characteristics of the model and validates its place in the collection.

Glenhurst Sun Inspired by the swagger of a 1960’s European tycoon, the Glenhurst is the classic cool man's sunglass. Sculpted of Italian acetate, this sleek model puts forth an element of refined power. The angular shape and use of fine materials gives this style a modern flavor.
It is available in two timeless colors, (black & dark tortoise) which feature polarized lenses

Garfield Sun Of the many statement pieces released in the latest chapter of the Seraphin line, the Garfield Sun is a nod to the Left-Bank hep cat. Noteworthy for its aluminum casting, layered temple details and antiqued metal accents, the contrast in materials bridges the gap between the old and new. Charmed by the beveled exterior of a Parisian café, designer Dave Spencer sketched out the frame in a flash of inspiration. Available in two elegant color combinations, Black/Light Gunmetal/Black Tokyo and Dark Brown/Antique Gold/Dark Tortoise

France Sun Reminiscent of an intricate Mediterranean facade, the France is a standout new addition to the Seraphin line. This glamorous style is the perfect accompaniment to the airy, chic wardrobes found in the Cote D’Azur during the long, steamy summers. The France is available in three outstanding color combinations sure to be noticed.

Nicollet Sun The Nicollet Sun enshrouds one in an air of mystery; perfect for an afternoon tryst, a covert tête-à-tête or a walk on the red carpet. With its graceful sweeping lines, the Nicollet is sculpted to enhance the wearer's features and yet precisely hides one's flirtatious intent. Handmade of fine Italian acetate in three classic colors: Black, Dark tortoise and an Ivory Pearl to showcase your year-round tan.

May 3, 2010

Ogi Eyewear: Re-Envisioned, Re-Launched

Ogi Elevates itself to become the bridge to luxury

Launched in 1997, the Ogi Eyewear family has made a name for itself by crafting high quality, on-trend, frames with an emphasis on affordability. Today, Ogi Eyewear has taken that philosophy one step further to become the bridge to luxury. Offering luxurious eyewear at unprecedented price points allows the chic, sought after elements of the finest eyewear collections in the world to become accessible to more offices.

To allow practitioners the ability to segment the collection into categories best suited for their office, the collection is being launched in three distinct categories: Ogi Heritage, Ogi Evolution and Ogi Innovation.

Over the years Ogi Eyewear's brand essence has grown with the trends in current culture and technology, but the company has never turned it's back on its fundamentals. The Heritage Collection embodies the spirit of Ogi’s beginning: small, colorful frames with a fresh, contemporary flair. Ogi’s heritage has been incredibly important in the evolution of the brand and to the ever-present segment of the market where these styles are still in demand. Tapping into familiar formulas of the best selling styles from the past, the newest additions to the Heritage Collection combine small, simple shapes and rich tones with subdued industrial elements.

The Evolution Collection embraces Ogi’s heritage but adds an element of distinction, appealing to a larger audience by introducing a wider range of sizes for added versatility. Additions to the Evolution Collection closely mirror the latest trends in eyewear while keeping a firm grasp on functionality. Hallmarks of this evolving category can be seen in the use of premium materials and inventive forms.

The Innovation Collection, home to Ogi's most elite models, proudly boasts the most fashion-forward additions to the Ogi collection. Inspired by the distinguishing elements of modern architecture, styles from the Innovation collection are bold, contemporary eyewear pieces designed to stand apart from the prevailing. These models deliver style and substance through the use of premium materials and diligently placed details.

May 1, 2010

We are in the Street Style Section of the local weekly

The frame shown is the Raleigh, by Seraphin- a division of Ogi Eyewear.

"Margarita is fashionably inspired when watching foreign films. She tends to lean towards French cinema, and claims if she was reborn she would be French or Japanese because of their innate sense of style. I think this Harajuku girl's fancy specs are striking in any land. Find eye wear like Margarita's at "

Twin Cities street style: Freestyle Fashion on the town