Tag results for: Shwood


Top 12 Stories of 2014 – Style

With 2015 just days away, we here at the editorial team decided to simplify our somewhat unruly categories and segments. To lessen the need to search through every imaginable keywords or click on all of the similar results just to find a particular post, we condensed certain … READ MORE


Shwood x Widmer Brothers Brewing Collaboration Kit

Just in time for the holidays, handcrafted wooden eyewear maker Shwood has teamed up with Portland-based craft brewery Widmer Brothers Brewing to collaborate on a very special limited edition kit for beer lovers. To capture the true essence of the Pacific-Northwest, beautiful Oregon Oak wood was used … READ MORE


Shwood Introduces the RX Collection Prescription Eyewear

Portland’s Shwood has completed its evolution as a full-service eyewear purveyor with the introduction of its RX collection, featuring both the brand’s familiar wood styles, as well as a quartet of new acetate or titanium silhouettes designed specifically for prescription use. As part of the launch, Shwood’s website has … READ MORE


Shwood for Pendleton – Canby Sunglasses – Fall 2014

For 2014, the same fine eyewear artisans that brought us the Limited Edition Ash Wood Collection with Louisville Slugger and specs made out of 100-Year Old Barn Wood, now lend their skills to their friends at Pendleton. Utilizing their popular “Candy” silhouette, Shwood presents a dark walnut … READ MORE


Shwood Fifty/Fifty Collection – Acetate and Stone

Under the brand’s Fifty/Fifty Collection banner, Shwood introduces the acetate and stone material story to a number of its classic frames. Polished black Italian acetate and rugged white stone are juxtaposed for a distinctively minimalist design, each pair equipped with polarized G15 lenses finished in a subtle green cast. The available … READ MORE


Shwood Introduces the Francis in 50/50 Acetate

Shwood introduces its classic Francis frames as part of the Portland-based brand’s 50/50 Acetate Collection, taking the model’s rounded silhouette and applying a build that uses premium Mazzucchelli acetate, renowned for its lush texture and durability. Adding to the unique look is a keyhole bridge, as well as real wood … READ MORE


Shwood Introduces the Titanium Collection

Famous for their line of natural wood sunglasses, Shwood shifts lanes to unveil a collection of titanium sunglasses. Each pair features an ultra-light frame cut from a single sheet of black or gunmetal titanium, complete with handcrafted wood temples and titanium spring hinges. The range is made up of … READ MORE


Louisville Slugger x Shwood – Limited Edition Ash Wood Eyewear Collection

After an arduous winter, spring is finally upon us and with it the tradition of MLB’s Opening Day. To mark the annual celebration and its own 130 years in baseball, Hillerich & Bradsby’s Louisville Slugger recently partnered with eyewear maker Shwood to create an one-of-the-kind product line, … READ MORE


Shwood – Fifty/Fifty Series: Acetate Eyewear Collection

Eyewear artisans from Shwood continue their experiment with various materials once again as the Oregon-based label launches its new Fifty/Fifty Acetate Collection. Shaped from Mazzucchelli acetate from Mazzucchelli 1849 of Italy, best known for its formulation from plant-based plastic, each of the Fifty/Fifty frames also include a … READ MORE


Shwood Select Collection

As always, Shwood‘s Select Collection is handcrafted in Portland, Oregon, featuring an even greater attention to detail that adds a level of refinement to the entire line. Comprised of five individual silhouettes — the Canby Select, Belmont Select, Ashland Select, Haystack Select and Florence Select — each … READ MORE


Shwood – Salvaged Series: 100-Year Old Barn Wood Eyewear Collection

In their own way, Shwood has a healthy respect for history, continuing their Salvaged Series with this latest find. Found with the help of Aurora Mills Architectural Salvage, the two companies have scoured the Oregon countryside to re-purpose and reclaim unique materials that Shwood could then take … READ MORE