The GILL frame in Horn acetate featured in the January 2014 issue of InStyle. The Geometric Print focused fashion pages sees LARKE frames paired alongside an edit of incredible, bold print and pattern adorned garments and accessories for the forthcoming summer season.
During the summer months Hole & Corner magazine visited the Bloomsbury studio to interview Creative Director, Laura for their much anticipated second issue.
Dedicated to celebrating craft, beauty, passion and skill, the second instalment beautifully curated by the titles stellar editorial line up and team of contributors, comprises of compelling stories of makers, innovators, collectors and craftsmen.
We are thrilled that LARKE has been featured on The Spectacled, the style blog focused on covering existing and emerging talent in the world of eyewear. The site’s Toronto and LA based writer and photographer dedicate time out from regular commissions for the likes of NYTimes.com/Style, Nylon and Corduroy to curate their eyewear focused style journal.
See the full ‘GET TO KNOW : LARKE optics’ post here.
The Autumn Winter 2013 collection release featured on renowned online style and street wear destination Hypebeast, the premiere site focused on reporting the progression of fashion through visual inspirations and editorially driven commerce and style news.
Read the full post here.
RADUS featured in the November issue of Wallpaper*; the world’s number one design destination, championing the best in architecture, interiors, fashion, art and contemporary lifestyle.
Chosen to be included within the monthly edit of new design talent ‘Shelf Life’, we are thrilled to feature within the pages of this highly acclaimed title, known for attracting the most sophisticated global audience by constantly pushing into new creative territories.
LARKE recently featured on How To Spend It; the website of worldly pleasures brought to us by the Financial Times, and widely regarded as the benchmark for luxury lifestyle magazines.
Commissioned for The Bespokesperson column and focusing on our bespoke frame service, we couldn’t ask to be in better company being included in the Financial Times edit of the world’s current leading luxury products.
Read the full ‘An eye on style’ article here.
LARKE optics and sunwear is now available at London’s highly acclaimed progressive retail concept LN-CC. Since opening its doors in 2010, LN-CC has fast become regarded as the most experimental and uncompromising retail platform to date.
We are proud to be among LN-CC’s unparalleled repertoire, spanning the spectrum of luxury fashion and avant-garde designers.
We are honoured to have been visited by Eyestylist: The Fine Eyewear Design Review, at our Bloomsbury studio earlier this month.
Eyestylist offer their view on eyewear design, its evolution and the creative processes used for the production of frames and sunglasses. Sharing the diversity and uniqueness of the many individual labels specialising in eyewear design, covering areas such as technological innovation, artisan production techniques and craftsmanship, as well as the materials, shapes and colours that define each product. Specifically highlighting the special design attributes, intrigue and creativity that is shaping eyewear design today, and for the future.
Read LARKE’s full design review here.
Stylist and designer Kate Halfpenny wearing HORNE, photographed by purple Diary at the Serpentine Gallery annual Park Nights Summer Party, in celebration of this year’s pavilion designed by award winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.
Located in Kensington Gardens, occupying some 350 square metres of lawn in front of the Serpentine Gallery, Sou Fujimoto’s delicate, latticed structure of steel poles has a semi-transparent appearance that allows it to blend, cloud-like, into the landscape.
We are very excited to announce that LARKE will soon be available in Denmark, at Stine Goya Studio. The debut flagship store, located on Gothersgade central Copenhagen will open during Copenhagen Fashion Week in early August 2013.
Danish designer, Stine Goya has experienced widespread acclaim for her particular use of colour, print and for creating silhouettes that compliment the female form. Immersed in a universe of pastels, fine fabrics and feminine appeal, Stine Goya has positioned herself at the leading end of Danish design.
An edited selection of LARKE optics and sunwear is now available at interiors and fashion accessories concept store Darkroom, London.
Darkroom’s visionary space comprises graphic forms, rich textures and strong architectural concepts, where products are grouped to create tension and dialogue rather than by genre. We have long been admirers of Darkroom’s bold aesthetic and are thrilled to feature as part of their thoughtfully curated selection.