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Red explosion

Optometrist and lifestyle blogger, Lizzy Yeowart, on a colour with big impact potential

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Red is symbolic of many things: love, anger, health, war. What these have in common is passion – and here are three red eyewear styles to get passionate about.

JF Rey

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Boz’s ‘Leonie’ in red, light blue, khaki

‘Leonie’ by Boz has a two-tone lacquered finish on the eyebrow which emphasises the glamorous butterfly shape. The right end tip is signed with Boz’s iconic red kiss.

Boz’s ‘Leonie’ in red, light blue, khaki

Woow eyewear

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Woow’s ‘Work out 2’ in bright red


‘Carry on 2’ by Woow is a man’s style full of positive energy. In these unprecedented times, a joyful spirit is at the heart of the brand’s intentions.

Woow’s ‘Work out 2’ in bright red

Emmanuelle Khanh

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Emmanuelle Khanh’s ‘7065’ in vermilion red

Style ‘7065’ by Emmanuelle Khanh is from the French designer’s latest collection, which is described as radical and whimsical. Each piece is finished in block colours that are almost chrome-like in finish.

Emmanuelle Khanh’s ‘7065’ in vermilion red


Anatomy of a frame

Unpicking a standout frame, by OT columnist Lizzy Yeowart

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Komono’s ‘Avery’ in solid smoke

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