It is hard to believe that the prestigious eyewear brand, Oliver Peoples, has only been in existence since 1986. They are a well respected brand, who are optical experts and known for designing fashionable eyewear, all over the world. The first ever boutique store is located in the Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. Then and to this day, many Hollywood elites are huge fans of the brand, wearing both their optical glasses and sunglasses on the red carpet, day-to-day lives and in films and music videos.

Oliver Peoples Daddy B

 The Oliver Peoples Daddy B sunglasses are best-selling frame for the brand. The Daddy B glasses are 70s retro-inspired and are available in a wide variety of vintage-inspired colours. Oliver Peoples’ glasses are all retro-inspired which is currently very fashionable and trendy. Vintage fashion is taking the world by storm and everyone wants an original, that is timeless and stylish forever. The glasses have a slight masculine look but are available for both men and women.

Oliver Peoples Daddy B 4590

The Oliver Peoples OV5091S Daddy B glasses are hand-crafted in an oversized mod shape. They suit most face shapes and are extremely comfortable. The sunglasses are comfortable because only the finest materials are used which are known to be durable but light as a feather. This model has delicate pin accents on the frame front and a distinctive keyhole bridge. The bridge gives a more comfortable fit and stand out as it is trendy.

The Daddy B sunglasses have a visible core wire along the interior of the temples which makes them unique but also means they are made of high quality acetate. The core wire engraved can be seen on the exterior in a subtle way. They are available in a polarized or photochromic lens option and give 100% UV protection. The frame shape resembles the classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer but with a slight curve which gives it a modern edge. The cool glasses are worn by many celebrities including Kanye West, Zac Efron and Jay-Z who famously wore them on the cover of the Rolling Stones magazine, where he is labelled the 'King of America'.