Back to School With A Little Luck

Whether they’re young summer surfers or aspiring scientists, spec-sporting Lucky Kids want the coolest styles when it comes to getting back to school. Five new optical designs from Lucky Kid Eyewear don’t leave it to luck that kids can see the board or spot the ball on the field! With the signature clover detail on the temple tip, and patterns inspired by the legendary Lucky Kid collection, there is a little bit of good luck in every pair.

Lucky Kid Eyewear: Favorite & GroovyGirls get a twirl of bohemian magic in the Gypsy, with temples filled with translucent flora on a matte metallic frame. Favorite is created from a pretty palette of popping pinks and bright blues, in witty combinations that will make your eyes sparkle.  Feeling groovy?  Try Groovy’s subtle sweet batik pattern that decorates the temples of this easy to wear style!

For the guys, Zipper shows off a metal core temple stamped with a signature Lucky pattern encased in translucent acetate that will make kids ask, “How’d they do that?” Stitch is designed with a double layer of contrasting acetate creating a grown-up vintage aesthetic that’s at the head of the class.

About Lucky Brand

Lucky Brand began crafting great-fitting, vintage-inspired jeans in Los Angeles in 1990, quickly earning the title of “America’s favorite.” Lucky Kid Eyewear: Zipper & StitchThe brand also produces apparel, shoes, accessories and jewelry for men and women that are sold at 209 retail stores within the U.S., high-end department and specialty stores select stores in Canada, and online at luckybrand.com.

About REM Eyewear

Serving more than 60 nations on six continents, REM Eyewear is a leading designer and marketer of eyewear worldwide, with headquarters in Los Angeles, Sydney, Hong Kong, and the UK. REM’s portfolio of brands includes Converse, Jones New York, Lucky Kid, Lucky Brand, Indie, Lipstick, and Popcorn. The company’s Base Curve division includes menswear designer John Varvatos and luggage company Tumi. Family owned-and-operated for more than fifty years, the company is headed by industry veterans Mike Hundert (CEO) and Donna Gindy (COO), Steve Horowitz (President), and Nicolas Roseillier (Creative Director). Base Curve Eyewear is the luxury division of REM Eyewear, a leading designer and marketer of optical and sunglasses worldwide.

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