Back in the 90’s Lisa Loeb had a hit single “Stay”. Ever since I saw that music video, I’ve envied her eyewear.
Now, Classique Eyewear and Lisa Loeb have paired to make an eyewear line designed with the classic “Cat Eyes” style that Lisa is known for.
Senior Editor of Vision Monday, Deirdre Carroll writes…
Classique Eyewear unveils the Lisa Loeb Eyewear Collection, inspired by Grammy-nominated signer/songwriter LIsa Loeb’s signature cat-eyes glasses.
“People have been asking me about my glasses for years. Finally, I decided that I should design my own line of eyewear,” said Loeb. ”My eyewear generally has a cat-eyed look. Think sexy librarian, not retro grandma. When designing the glasses, i felt strongly about giving the frames the upward sweep often found in classic cat-eyed frames.”
The initial collection features 13 ophthalmic styles in up to four color variations each. The styles include classics in black and tortoise, as well as embellished temples accentuated with rhinestones and etchings. Each frame is named after one of Loeb’s songs with colors ranging from neautral tones to bursts of turquoise, lavender, lemon ice and cherry red.
According to Craig Glasser, Classique Eyewear CEO, “As soon as we announced our partnership with Lisa, Classique Euewear’s website has been inudated with thousands of requests for Lisa Loeb Eyewear.”
I once took a course on computers specifically for the ONE WEEK we would spend on HTML coding.
The fact that I can use that to morph my tumblr page makes me immensely happy! ^.^
All of our friends know to expect a wonderful night of good food, good people paired with good conversation, and fancy dress every year on December 21st. This year was no different.
Adam received many calls, texts, emails, facebook posts, etc asking where he was hosting his birthday. We fell a bit behind in the coordinating of the celebration, and on the evening of Thursday, December 16th, we were down to the wire.
Mangiamo!, a Gilmore Collection restaurant, was very gracious and was not only able to provide us with an intimate location for the 20-some guests, but also was able to provide a wonderful menu and excellent bartender/waitress for the evening.
We were also graced with the Grand Rapids Social Diary in attendance! Tim Montly, came wielding his camera and made sure to get photos of every guest.
We thank everyone who was able to attend and make this another memorable birthday celebration for Adam.
More photos are under the cut.
R. Kadish, “Tolstoy Lied”
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I am testing tumblr as a new blog for myself as well as a possible social media site for my office, innereactive media, llc.
I had a livejournal since June 16th, 2003 (since I was 16). I haven’t posted in a long while, and I’m a bit tired of the livejournal set up. I think I might enjoy tumblr more as it is more like a social media site. More interaction can be had.
Because we are a marketing firm, it is important to reach our target market as well as inform the companies we work with how to reach theirs. We also must practice what we preach. So it is time to up the social media networking! …and apparently, I’m the one that tackles the social media pages.
So let’s get this journey started!