Christopher Cloos – A man of the world

Christopher Cloos is a man of the world, that’s for sure. I do not know who he is. But this man changed the life of two Danish entrepreneurs who spent their holidays in the south of France. When they met this man, they just loved his way of life, the way he was speaking and his awesome collection of classic retro sunglasses. He was a bon vivant. One dedicated to the pleasant side of life, especially good food. He was a man of style, elegance and he lived the lifestyle of the French Cote d’Azur. He was a muse.

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Christopher Cloos Eyewear

The company was founded two years ago and now has more than 500 retailers worldwide. The brand knows how to interpret classic design with a modern touch. The glasses are high quality and only the best material are processed. Although they have a quality like the high-end brands, the glasses cost less than half the price. But the most exciting thing about this brand is the attitude to life that they convey through their glasses and pictures. These are the vibes of Southern France and the beaches after which the four models are named. (Paloma, Mala, Passable and St. Barths.)

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Bon Vivant

I’m sure we will hear a lot from Christopher Cloos also in the future. Some of us will read about it, others will see the glasses and the „Bon Vivants“ among us will wear the glasses. Day in, day out. And if you are one of those, who wears these glasses you will feel these French vibes, live the lifestyle and discover the world with grandiose glasses. You will love it.

Do you also want to discover the world with a pair of Christopher Cloos sunglasses? Then keep checking my blog. Soon I will have a give away of one of the stylish sunglasses.


Eyewear: Passable by Christopher Cloos
Model: Jennifer Bitsche, eyewear blogger at Faceprint
Photographer: Marina Schedler Photography

Author: Jennifer Bitsche

Jennifer Bitsche runs the Eyewear Concept Store – HINGUCKER and writes for her own blog called Faceprint, her creative path and visual space to bring you closer to the eyewear industry. In the background of this industry so many exciting things happen that she want to tell you about. Glasses are not only a nice accessory but also a strong statement. In 2016, she started her eyewear blog. Quickly this has turned out to be a great passion. Today she writes about current trends, new labels and other things related to eyewear, always with a focus on fashion & lifestyle.

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