The frames include the first introduced by the company at its founding in 1986, featuring filigreed antique metal temple detailing. Another style has contrasting tortoiseshell colors. The third is the spherical O’Malley style.
The three styles are priced from $350 to $395 retail and will be available in limited distribution beginning next month in 350 stores, including Oliver Peoples locations, as well as in Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys New York.
Oliver Peoples is limiting the number of doors in an effort to maintain the frames’ status as collectibles, said Larry Leight, the company’s co-founder and creative director.