Stella Spoils 7.20.17

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New York's only eyewear manufacturer, Lowercase have just dropped their newest collection; the cherry on top of what is an already impressive line of super dope, ultra stylish high quality shades (we've highlighted a few of our favorite from the brand above). Every pair is made at their workshop in the Brooklyn Army Terminal using a combination of the newest technologies and traditional craftsmanship techniques and by manufacturing in-house they're able to efficiently produce small batches of frames, which means limited edition color ways. Each pair features Carl Zeiss sun lenses (standard or polarized) and are made with only the highest quality raw materials, including Italian and Japanese acetate and German hinges. Give your eyes some love and style below.

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Douglas Lambert wanted to give Playboy a run for its money. It was 1971, and Hugh Hefner's magazine had created a new mainstream market for soft-core porn. Lambert, a nightclub owner in Garden Grove, California, decided to get in on the action. Lambert's wife Jenny saw a bigger opportunity: a magazine with nude male centerfolds. Lambert wasn't sold. What woman wanted to ogle photos of nude men, much less buy a magazine full of them? But he slowly realized Jenny might be on to something. The sexual revolution was well under way, and Lambert "sensed the woman of the '70s was eager to become part" of it, as he'd eventually write in promo copy for his new magazine. So in the summer of 1971, Lambert, along with William Miles Jr., an experienced adman who served as Playgirl's executive vice president, invested $20,000 in the project and opened a swanky, 23rd-floor office in Los Angeles's Century City.

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