FounderPatty Perreira's intuitive style and legendary designs have been at the heart of collections such as Vera Wang, Prada, Miu Miu, and Paul Smith, and for 18 years, she has also redefined what eyewear means to the modern world. Fearless, affectionate, and versatile, her intuition guides every movement.Bill Barton began his career as an optician learning the complexities of the eyewear industry and the value of human relationships. These experiences informed his role as CEO of Oliver Peoples, where he led and drove significant growth and subsequently transformed the eyewear industry into a more authentic future by creating Barton Perreira.
Hello, world!Cora embodies the spirit of rebellion, decadence and charm. Its delicate wrap silhouette is crafted from Barton Perreira's signature Japanese acetate in luxurious shades of blue, pink, ivory, black and leopard print. The influence of the corset is prevalent in the distinctive oversized temples, with grosgrain ribbons intertwined on the sides of the temples, connected by a 24K gold-plated logo ring, and sunglasses that can be hung around the neck. Cora is the perfect choice for discerning fashion pioneers who value high-quality craftsmanship and exceptional detail. Each color is produced in limited quantities and comes with limited edition packaging and genuine cards, ensuring this is an exclusive piece worth cherishing.
Create ideasPatty Perreira has launched her limited-edition sunglasses that are destined to be the centerpiece of any eyewear collection. Cora embodies a spirit of rebellion, decadence, and charm. Its delicate wrap silhouette is crafted from Barton Perreira's signature Japanese acetate. The influence of the corset is prevalent in the uniquely oversized temples, which are intertwined with grosgrain ribbons, connected by 24K gold-plated logo beads, and sunglasses that can be hung around the neck.Each color scheme is produced in limited quantities and comes with limited edition packaging and an authentic card, ensuring this is an exclusive piece worth cherishing."I love how the corset embodies the complexity, boldness, and perseverance of the feminine spirit. For me, the corset symbolizes the strength and confidence needed to express one's point of view with one's own style and life. ”-Patty PerreiraCreate ideasBarton Perreira is an independent brand that sees things differently and takes the time to invest in the craft of making the world's best eyewear. In Japan, a pair of Barton Perreira frames are meticulously handcrafted and take weeks to complete. Japan's leading craftsmen are known for their passionate attention to every one-of-a-kind detail, ensuring that every aspect of Barton Pereira's eyewear is displayed with precision and virtuosity.Barton Perreira is a luxury designer eyewear brand that is respected throughout the industry, has a reputation among the world's leading retailers, and is known for its artistry and innovation. Barton Pereira was born of independence and intuition. In this industry, freedom is unprecedented, and it is this freedom that allows Barton Pereira to present a more beautiful sight to the world.
CORA5601Market price: $935.00
CORA5601Market price: $935.00
CORA5601Market price: $935.00
CORA5601Market price: $935.00
Exhibition introduction2023 Milan Optical Glasses Exhibition (MIDO), exhibition time: 2023.02.04~02/06, exhibition location: Italy-Milan-Rho-Pero, Milano, Italy-New Milan Convention Complex, organizer: Fiera Milano S.p.A., holding cycle: once a year, exhibition area: 25,000 square meters, visitors: 58,000 people, the number of exhibitors and exhibiting brands reached 1305.MIDO was first held in 1970 and is held annually. MIDO is the world's largest professional eyewear exhibition. The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 50 countries and regions in the world and is a grand event for the global optical glasses industry. Due to the high grade and good quality of the products exhibited at the exhibition, coupled with the latest styles and technologies launched by the Italian eyewear industry, these factors can guide the trend and direction of global eyewear consumption, so it enjoys a high reputation in the same industry exhibition in the world. The purpose of the exhibition is to allow people and visitors in the industry to have a better and more comprehensive understanding of the development status and future fashion trends of the world's eyewear manufacturing industry.Contents of the exhibition Types: sunglasses, children's glasses, sports glasses, reading glasses, contact lenses, protective glasses, 3D glasses, etcSpectacle frames: metal frames, plastic frames, mixed material frames, etc Lenses: optical resin sheets, optical glass sheets, PC lenses, sunglasses lenses, progressive multifocal lenses, orthostatic contact lenses, lens embryos, etcScope of the exhibitionEquipment and instruments: refractometer, special tools for refraction, lens measuring instrument, edge grinding instrument, special equipment for optical stores, software and hardware for the glasses industry, glasses-related equipment, optical equipment and tools, microscopes, glasses-related equipment, glasses special tools, glasses manufacturing equipment optometry and ophthalmic equipment, glasses raw and auxiliary materials, vision correction instruments, ocular optical instruments, etc Exhibition dataMore than 1,000 exhibitors from all over the world are attending MIDO, scheduled to open on Saturday, February 4 at Fieramilano Rho. Representing the entire eyewear industry supply chain. Germany, France, Austria, Spain, Denmark, the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Turkey, and even Mauritius are on the list. A large number of activities will bring the three-day show to life. On the calendar of events in the OTTICLUB space in Hall 3 (soon to be published on our website), there is Nick Cerioni, creative director and celebrity stylist for Måneskin, Orietta Berti, Gianni Morandi, Jovanotti, Laura Pausini, Pierfrancesco Favino and other celebrity endorsements.Cerioni will be featured in How to? On Saturday, February 4 at 1 p.m., a session entitled "How to Define Appearance and Personality Through Glasses" was held in the OTTICLUB space. Seeing styling as an opportunity for opticians". How about the rest? Topics include the interior design of architect Martino Berghinz's retail optical store (Sunday, February 5, 3 pm, OTTICLUB), as well as exchanges and ideas between researcher Luisa Aschiero and multidisciplinary artist Felice Limosani (Monday, February 6, 1 pm, OTTCLUB). Back to Saturday: On the 10:30 am calendar, ANFAO's Enhancing Women in Optics Leadership project aims to support women in leadership career paths in the eyewear industry. The conference will be moderated by journalist Barbara Serra, sponsored by the Foundation Bellisario, and produced in collaboration with SDA Bocconi (School of Management). Together with MIDO 2023, the conference "Ophthalmology, Optics, and Optometry: New Technologies and the Future" will be held on Saturday, February 4 at 4:30 p.m. in the Fieramilano Rho Auditorium, organized by the publishers of b2eyes and EyeSee in collaboration with MIDO. Participants included Giovanni Vitaloni, President of MIDO and ANFAO, as well as representatives of Italian politics, industrial and retail eyewear professionals, and ophthalmologists.MIDO will be open on Saturday, February 4, and Sunday, February 5 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Monday, February 6 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Fieramilano (Strada Statale del Sempione 28 – Rho). FROM "HOW TO? "At the beginning, it is a series that tells about the actual day-to-day activities that take place in the optical store: realistic content on different topics, such as style consultations, point-of-sale renovations, marketing and communication, events as a means of communication, etc., which will take place next week at MIDO. Each conference, currently planned for four, will take place in the OTTICLUB space in Hall 3 and will feature renowned speakers from the most diverse industries, some even from outside the eyewear industry. The date and time are accessible online at www.mido.com.10-L17Heading to Milan for Mido optical 2023. Please leave message.We will reply after arrival. Welcome to visit our booth Hall 10-L17.
We participate in trade fairs for many reasons. Let's learn. Let's go to the web. We go to belonging. Let's take a look at what's new in the optical industry. As the old saying goes, "the early bird eats," and it's worth getting up early to explore something new before everyone else. When you want to beat everyone else, it's worth crossing the ocean and looking at new technologies in the field of optics before everyone else. That is why, last month, we were delighted to participate in OPTI 2023 in Munich with more than 15,000 optical professionals. Yes, we hardly had time to pluck the tree, put away the candlesticks, pick up the confetti for the New Year, and then board the plane and cross the Atlantic Ocean for 9 hours to the Munich exhibition center to see the first major optical trade show of the year, OPTI 2023 on January 13, 14 and 15. Hello, OPTI! This is my first time choosing Munich and I know I will come back. Munich is wonderful in January. Despite being ready for a winter wonderland, the weather in Munich is actually warmer than home in Denver. The atmosphere in Munich was equally warm and welcoming. In the three halls of OPTI, a wonderful optical exhibition 2023 was held. One of the good things I've noticed about Opti is that the vast majority of the show is for independent brands and companies. That's not to say there aren't optical venues for big companies, just the pleasure of being on a show where the domination and discovery of independents is the watchword of the weekend. ExperiencedWhen I was in the business of discovering and reporting on new product lines and new companies, I saw a lot of brands that I had almost no exposure to before attending Opti. I was also exposed to some wonderful new designs from many brands that I was very familiar with. Just like most other European optical trade shows, you'll see wonderful ways to display your glasses that can really make your store stand out from the competition.
New in 2023So what's new in 2023? Each brand has its own stories to tell, and we hope to share those stories throughout the spring. The general consensus I can share is that this year is my year. I mean, chunks of frames appeared. Many companies showed big, bold designs at Opti. They also showed a lot of colors. It was as if once the lockdown was over, the frame designers were unleashed and they were able to play for the first time in years.While the German optics community may wear black, their frames are completely different. In January, huge striking shapes and rich colors seem to permeate the Munich exhibition grounds, which you will see in the coming months at the MIDO, 100% Optics and Vision Fair. If you want to start next year, I suggest you join me and more than 15,000 optical professionals for OPTI at the Munich Messe on January 12-14, 2024.