Sporty kids. Glam kids. Everything-they-touch-might-break kids. Here’s a look at something for everyone.
Very French Gangsters (ABOVE)
Kids can be a handful… some might even say they can be hoodlums. Well, this kid’s eyewear brand thinks they’re more like gangsters … French gangsters. That somehow makes it sound so much more delightful. Very French Gangsters makes “Super Eyewear for Kids” 100% made in France. The new Very Sober is available in two sizes, as an ophthalmic or sun, and comes in four colors (065 Argile shown). Trouble never looked so good.
Laser-cut stripes define the looks of WestGroupe’s Superflex metal models SFK-189 (racing stripes), SFK-195 (herringbone), and SFK-200 (linear).
(855) 455-0042, westgroupe.com
There’s simply no guesswork needed when it comes to model GU9180, a rectangular acetate-metal combination frame.
(800) 345-8482, marcolin.com
Now available for ages 0 to 12, the Dilli Dalli collection features a proprietary material that’s soft to a little one’s touch. The unisex Rocky Road (shown here) suits ages 6 to12.
(800) 645-3533, cvoptical.com
Price upon request
Have a ball with the Sidney, a plastic frame featuring two-toned details.
(800) 292-4342, nouveaueyewear.com
Model OK334, a kid-friendly cat eye made with premium acetate and spring hinge, is a glitter lover’s dream.
(888) 560-1060, ogieyewear.com
Light on pressure and heavy on flexibility, the JR6021 (shown here in 20GN), from the Crocs Eyewear Junior Collection, features gradients on the temples and is made with stainless steel, silicone rubber, and polymer.
(800) 492-4465, aaopticalco.com
Life is Good
Durability meets good vibes on the model Hailey, a whimsical acetate frame.
(800) 966-2020, mcgeegroup.com
Lulu by Lulu Guinness Kids
Up your MEOW factor with the LK011, a cellulose acetate frame with true personality.
(800) 242-8872, tura.com
TC Charton Kids
A combination Asian fit frame made with metal and acetate, the Andrew is offered in two sizes: 44 and 48.
(972) 733-0108, tc-charton.com
$165 and $195
This article originally appeared in the May 2018 edition of INVISION.