The Fabris Lane philosophy is centred around creating eyewear of the highest quality, that looks and feels fabulous and provides total protection. All crafted from the finest materials to exacting standards and rigorously tested for complete eye safety.
Fabris Lane Junior is a collection that includes mini versions of key pieces from the 2010 adult collections, re-sized and re-coloured specifically for kids.
For very small heads the collection includes a range of specifically designed styles with soft, flexible rubberised temples for increased safety and comfort. These mini styles come in a range of sophisticated fashion colours with contrasting temples. The polycarbonate lenses provide complete protection for children aged 2 to 4 yrs.
For a second time Fabris Lane have teamed up with James Long to create a collection of sunglasses
exclusively for his SS10 runway show at London fashion week.
Utilizing the inspirations behind James Long’s new Acid Army menswear collection, Fabris Lane have created eyewear that reference military shapes, camouflage pattern and foiled leather. The classic aviator has been re-worked to include protective leather shields on the temples in military greens and metallic leather with graduated two tone lenses.
James Long graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2007 with an MA in Menswear and Accessories and was immediately selected to be part of MAN, a TOPMAN and Fashion East initiative, for three consecutive seasons. He presents his SS10 collection on the London Fashion Week schedule as an inaugural recipient of NEWGEN MEN, a TOPMAN and British Fashion Council sponsorship platform.
Fabris Lane are delighted to have collaborated with James Long, combining design and innovation with expertise in eyewear.
It’s always nice to be appreciated and we are pleased to have been getting some great coverage from the fashion press lately. You can view the latest editorial here. Look out for the lovely Natalie Imbruglia snapped in Grazia magazine wearing our Fabris Lane Homme Jasper sunglasses.
Fabris Lane have collaborated with bi-annual fashion title .Cent, to produce an innovative supplement for their Spring Summer 2009 issue. We wanted to inform people of what we believed in, and what we stood for, in a thoughtful and imaginative way, and we called it The ‘Illumine’ Chapter which means ‘to give light to’ or ‘to enlighten spiritually’. If you are interested in our origins and heritage do take a look. You will also find some related features and content we hope you will find interesting.
We celebrated the launch the ‘Illumine’ chapter in style at a fabulous party held by Fabris Lane and .Cent at the Wapping Project in London. Glamorous partygoers including Jaime Winstone and Roland Mouret, partied late into the night in this wonderful and eclectic venue, and guests were also treated to a private view of ‘Dress’, an exhibition from the Antwerp Museum of fashion showcasing the work of first year fashion students.