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Can someone identify these glasses?

broady

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My god the first one is a very close-up photos of some guys face

The glasses in the second pic, however, I'm not sure
 

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the first link is colin farrel. The second one is a random link, it loads a random picture every time you click. I keep getting various females, none of which are wearing spectacles. I kept clicking the second link and ended up with this pic: http://img131.imagevenue.com/aAfkjfp...51ib_385lo.jpg the glasses are folded up, maybe you can recognize the label.
 

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Originally Posted by slee1986
I'm aware that they are many similar looking glasses but I wanted to find the exact maker and style.
Why?
 

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I believe those are Drake frames by Oliver Peoples, in solid black (I have them in a very dark tortoiseshell).
 

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I was looking for the exact maker and style, b/c I really like those glasses! I also checked up on the Drake glasses, but it seems that Drake frames have a shorter bridge that dips a bit lower than the ones shown in the picture. But they are however, the closest looking ones I've seen so far. Can anyone guess the brand name in white lettering of the third picture?
 

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The shape looks like Alain Mikli to me (though I don't think that's what the lettering would say).
 

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. Can anyone guess the brand name in white lettering of the third picture?[/quote]


Costco?
 

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Originally Posted by alflauren
He's actually Colin Farrell, and he lost his glasses.
FTW!
 

slee1986

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OH yes, I, Colin Farrell will be eternally grateful to you sf'ers if you help me find my glasses.
 

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Hi, I don't know if you have found replacement spectacles yet? I would be able to make you a replica of the particular style, with a few measurements I can make a bespoke pair which would fit better than the pair you had lost. I am an optician in the UK specialising in luxury and bespoke eyewear. Get in touch if you would like something done.

Regards,

Paul
 

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I got cristina aguilara?
 

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I keep getting a diff pic everytime i click the second link.
 

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