OGI – New Frames Alert

It’s the holiday season so for OGI Eyewear that means it’s time to start spreading a little joy and cheer with brand new frames! Take a look at some new additions to both the Red Rose and Seraphin family with exclusive frames made for a fashion-forward state of mind:

Como (Red Rose)

Sharp colors and finely tuned contrasting are just a few key features of the Como. Hand placed working rivets add to this well-to-do frame build as well as the sternly cut lines to bring a level of distinction to any wearer. The petite sized Como is the perfect option in the Red Rose line for that elemental step up in style.


Pavia (Red Rose)

The Pavia takes pieces of standard design and blends them together for a look of intricacy and intrigue. Flirty by nature, this cat eye shape shows off its contrasting metals and designerly shielding along the temple rim, keeping an aura of mystery throughout.


Ives (Seraphin)

Retro in style and vibes, the Ives adds an element of maturity to the Seraphin collection. With accented detailing along the hinge and inner frame, the Ives delivers an almost elemental tone with its earthy colored options and relaxed shape.



Xenwood (Seraphin)

The imaginative art deco themes within the Xenwood call upon any seeking adventure. Along with the gorgeously soothing color blends, carved temple pieces only add to this true work of art. The Xenwood creates a story of wonder and intrigue.


About OGI

Beginning in Minnesota as an independent eyewear label, Ogi Eyewear has always remained true to its original philosophy—even while experiencing significant growth in recent years. By emphasizing innovation, originality, quality and value, Ogi Eyewear has refined its vision to earn worldwide recognition. The eponymous line is now also the name of the company, housing seven unique brands at the forefront of contemporary optical design. Ogi Eyewear constantly releases new products—bold, colourful, and handmade luxury eyewear—and develops the hottest trends in the eyewear industry.

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