OGI Eyewear // Bauhaus Inspiration

On this beautiful day in Boise Idaho, Kayla is wearing an artistic almond-shaped frame design by OGI Eyewear with artistic blends and pops of colour in the front. We love how their design team used colour as a form of language to engage and empower Kayla’s silhouette.

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This frame is called Bauhaus, which is a German art school famous for its approach to design, which combines aesthetics with everyday function and can be found throughout OGI’s home-state Minnesota. Minneapolis alone contains many examples, including the First National Bank Tower, the 57-story IDS Center, and the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank.

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Bauhaus by OGI comes in five beautiful colour combinations, which to me might very well be inspired by another Minnesota Bauhaus project,  Saint John’s Abbey, with its colourful stained-glass windows, which is one of the earliest, and perhaps the most famous example of this modernist design. On this frame, the colour combinations are black/red, grape/black, lime/black, teal/black and the lemon/black combination that Kayla is wearing here.

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About OGI Eyewear

An experienced leader. A bold trendsetter. Founded in Minnesota in 1997 as an independent eyewear label, OGI Eyewear continues to support independent eye care professionals and wow eyewear enthusiasts in the most imaginative and creative ways. OGI Eyewear has a clear vision of the road ahead and wants to invest in that journey together, making them one of the best all-around suppliers for independent opticians. The brand offers six unique eyewear collections: OGI, Seraphin, Seraphin, Shimmer, Red Rose, OGI Kids and SCOJO New York.

Read more about this brand on TEF Magazine or visit their website.

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