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YSL Frames | YSL Spectacles

Founded in 1961, French designer Yves Saint Laurent started up his couture house. It was the first house to launch the concept of creating a ready-to-wear collection inspired by the couture collection. The concept gained much publicity and was positively embraced by all who loved the fashion house. In 1966, Yves created Rive Gauche, the first ever collection of its kind.

The pieces in the collection emphasized the classic French style which was elegant, feminine and sophisticated. By the 1970s there were more than 40 fashion boutiques opened under the YSL brand. The brand started to produce more than just clothing; accessories, jewellery and perfume were next on the list. Eyewear is one of the developments from the brand. The optical collection reflects the trendy Parisian/Parisenne style. Whether you’re a man or a woman, YSL frames, are indeed treasured items.

The quality and craftsmanship that goes into every pair is noticeable in the detailing. Sexy, bold, and modern; the brand’s optical collection has something to offer everyone. If you haven’t thought about lens protection, you should do so. By protecting your lenses with coatings, you can make your glasses last that little bit longer. There are different types of lens coatings so contact us if you want to learn more about lens coatings and tints. If you’re not too sure about why you should invest in a pair of YSL spectacles, here are the main benefits.

You are buying high quality products made from high quality materials. Metal frames are highly durable and comfortable to wear. Acetate frames are made from organic materials making them non-allergenic; perfect for those with metal allergies. The majority of the eyewear process is done by hand so every frame is individual and unique. Designer eyewear will generally last longer than cheaper eyewear as they are not mass-produced and are created from finer materials.