Linda Farrow was established in 1970, one of the first brands to treat sunglasses as fashion, producing seasonal collections and shaping eyewear design with bold silhouettes and finishes.
In the 80s, Farrow, who had designed eyewear for the likes of Balenciaga, and Yves Saint Laurent, put her company on hiatus. It wasn't until 2003 that owner and creative director Simon Jablon, together with his now wife, marketing director Tracy Sedino, discovered a huge archive of vintage styles in a family storage in north London. The company was revived, and soon Sedino and Jablon started producing new styles as much in demand as anything vintage. Nearly ten years later, the company is at the pinnacle of luxe fashion frames, producing its own collections as well as collaborations with the likes of Dries Van Noten, Raf Simons, Kris Van Assche, Prabal Gurung, The Row, Alexander Wang and Yohji Yamamoto.