The LINDA FARROW brand was established in 1970 and is widely known for its luxury eyewear. Extravagant designs, paired with luxury materials and a unique look. That is what LINDA FARROW eyewear stands for.


Linda Farrow was originally a fashion designer herself - one of the first to treat sunglasses as fashion. With her finger always on the pulse of time, she pioneered many of the shapes and styles that are still in fashion today. Her use of shape helped to move eyewear into high-fashion territory. Her avant-garde styles were favored by stars such as Yoko Ono and brands like Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, and more. In 2003 the brand was revived by Farrow's son Simon Jablon, who followed the discovery of a vast archive of vintage sunglasses in the family's London warehouse. Back then, the brand relaunched under a new title "Linda Farrow Vintage". Nowadays the brand is operating under the original LINDA FARROW name again. They collaborated with some of the world's most acclaimed designers, like Area, Y/Project, The Attico, Dries van Noten and many others. With these collaborations, they constantly bring a new perspective to the brand, combining the unprecedented archive of vintage sunglasses and uncompromisingly luxurious fine jewelry collection, the brand has established itself as one of the most famous and exciting eyewear and accessory brands in fashion.


Simon Jablon found the massive stock that was left from his mother's business after she shuttered her label around 20 years ago. He says himself it was his destiny to find the leftover glasses. He was not even 21 when he started to reinvent the whole brand with his wife, wanting to adapt it to people travelling around the world. Jablon has worked with many brands over the past years to establish the brand in the luxury fashion segment and be able to compete with the big players in the industry. “Independence is key” – founder and creative director says. Even though they do not have the infrastructure or budget for marketing but they still stand out, and Jablon is happy to say that his mother is more than proud of what he has done over the past years to make her heritage live on.