2012 | TAKAHIROMIYASHITA THE SOLOIST VIEW THE SOLOIST SERIES
A partnership with emerging fashion label TAKAHIROMIYASHITA TheSoloIst., by Japanese designer Takahiro Miyashita recognized for artistic tailoring of layers, contrasting materials and distinctive aged effects. Combined with Oliver Peoples' iconic vintage aesthetic, the result is in an exquisite collaboration series..
2011 | GREGORY PECK
Inspired by the optical style worn by Gregory Peck in his Academy Award-winning role as Atticus Finch in the film adaptation of Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird.
2010 | BALMAIN
For the 2010 season, Paris couture house Balmain collabored with Oliver Peoples to create its first eyewear design reflecting the edgy aesthetics developed by designer Christophe Decarnin on the runway.
2009 | ZOOEY DESCHANEL
Best recognized for her role in various movies, modern Hollywood starlet Zooey Deschanel is also a fashion icon and musician, making her an ideal collaboration candidate to create a namesake frame and the campaign featurette film, "Catch a Tuesday."
2008 | ROBERT EVANS
Stylistic icon and one of the most successfull producers in Hollywood for the last 50-years, Robert Evans was a perfect match to collaborate with for a limited edition frame to celebrate the Oliver Peoples 20-Year Anniversary and the creation for the first Oliver Peoples short film, "Mind Games."
2008 | NOM DE GUERRE
A New York retail store and apparel brand that combines basic and diverse influences from art, fashion and various New York subcultures to create a composite culture and product, collaborated on an optical and sunglass.