Vintage French eyewear for music lovers

Vintage French eyewear for music lovers

Posted on 03rd May 2017

Vinyl Factory is the vintage eyewear brand designed for music-lovers, featuring frames such as the Jimi, Amy, Kurt, Costello, Hucknall, Hendrix as well as new recruits Lemmy & David. Now rocking out at Cameron Optometry!

The French brand is a perfect mash up colour, boldness, sophistication, elegance, edgy and a touch of whacky. These are for those who want vintage frames that stand out from the crowd. They are frames which tell a story in every detail down to the very tip of the earpiece, shaped like a guitar.

Your challenge is the choice, but we’re here to help you with that dilemma. Women’s, men’s, unisex, big for brainboxes and small for featherweights, they all have un petit je ne sais quoi.

So if you’re looking for something edgy, something to make you stand out, we have it. It has arrived in Edinburgh. Come in and browse at 5 St Vincent Street.

 


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