Some of the definitions of vintage are a time of origin, a group of objects of the same period and a style or fashion of the past. My personal favourite, however, is that it’s characterised by excellence and enduring appeal.
That is, for me, the true essence of vintage.
Styles come and go. We are constantly bombarded with pressure for the latest thing. If it doesn’t have a particular logo blazoned upon it, then forget it!
We are interviewing Alexandra Barnes, full time spectacle wearer and illustrator from the West Country.
Tis the season for gifts, and with Christmas Day nearing, we wanted to make sure you know the last order dates
Retro Spectacle are delighted to announce that we have a commercial participator agreement with Guide Dogs www.guidedogs.org.uk
We will donate 3% of our annual gross profit to Guide Dogs which means every pair of vintage and retro glasses and sunglasses we sell contribute towards this fantastic cause.
With July coming to a close, we wanted to let you know that we have supported the Plastic Free July campaign. The campaign encourages people to become more aware of their plastic use, helping to create a cleaner future for generations to come.
Plastic is everywhere and it takes behavioural changes, to adapt and adopt the will to use less plastic in day to day life.
Our latest blog brings you an insight into the latest trends for Spring/Summer 2018.
Its a lasting trend that vintage inspired frames are topping the charts and throughout all the style that are appearing on the catwalks, vintage influence can be seen throughout.