These eccentric ‘paint splattered’ frames are from c.1989, and characterise how fashion had become a major part of how people chose their eyewear.
By the latter half of the 20th century, spectacles were considered part of a person’s wardrobe. Similar to clothes, spectacles needed to be continually updated or a person could be perceived as old-fashioned.Posted by Dipple Conway
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