Paul Smith for a long time was only interested in cycling and wanted to be a racing cyclist. His father disapproved and encouraged him to work in a warehouse. After a terrible accident, where his cycling dream was over, he discovered he had a passion for clothes and designing. He learned how to tailor and used inspiration from his love for English tradition as a young boy. He initially designed menswear and his first show was in Paris in 1976. The brand now celebrates over three decades worth of success. The brand is normally recognized with the mutli-stripe colourful logo which is used on most of the collection.
The Paul Smith Broxwood PM8135 is a best-selling pair of glasses from his eyewear range. The eyewear collection launched in 1994 and was a huge hit. The famous and prestigious eyewear brand Oliver Peoples are the proud Global Licensee for Paul Smith eyewear. The model has great style and is made of the highest quality. Only the finest materials are used and come from Italy.
The Paul Smith PM8135 model comes in different colours and sizes. The glasses are more unique and personal to you as there is a choice to choose from to fit in with your preference. The thick rimmed acetate frames are square shaped. They have that geek chic look which is very fashionable right now. Over-sized frames, which sit on your face to be seen, is a bold fashion statement and worn by everyone including many celebrities.
The Broxwood spectacles are a combination of classic and contemporary. They have a quirky, masculine retro style but is unisex. Vintage eyewear is becoming increasingly popular as vintage fashion takes over the world. On the exterior of the arms are two silver circle pins as an extra feature. The interior of the temples have the word ‘Smile’ in Paul Smith’s writing along with his signature to show its authenticity. There is a visible core-wire detailing which can be seen on the outside, this looks fashionable and means the acetate is handcrafted with the finest quality. These glasses are a classic Smith design, with its traditional glasses shape but with the choice of bright colour and pattern, for the more daring.