Celeb Stylist Sophie Lopez, Style Consultant Andrew Weitz Share Their Vision
For L.A.-based luxury eyewear label Kingsley Rowe's debut campaign.
L.A.-based luxury eyewear label Kingsley Rowe is all about elevating its customers' vision with its chic frames, and for its debut campaign, the optical brand is tapping top tastemakers from their respective industries to share how they brought their creative visions to life.
The campaign, fittingly called "Shared Vision," features influencers from fashion, food, art and photography modeling the frames by the brand. Among those visionaries are power stylist Sophie Lopez (who works with Kate Hudson) and former WME power agent turned menswear style consultant Andrew Weitz (founder of The Weitz Effect).
Lopez, who models the Beckett aviator shades ($325) and the Sierra cat-eye style ($310), describes her creative styling vision as being able to "mix and match things in an unusual way" for her different clients. For Weitz, who also poses in the Beckett frames, he says that his creative vision for The Weitz Effect is "to help men who works in fields where their professional image has a direct impact on their success."
Beyond the fashion world, founder Romy Kurlansky also recruited artist Zoe Buckman, photographer Ben Watts, Taste The Style blogger Cyndi Ramirez, charitable art startup The Posters founder Athena Currey and Alma restaurant co-owners Ari Taymor and Ashleigh Parsons to, well, share their vision.
Check out the full campaign at Kingsley Rowe's blog.