The round, full-view shape, eponymously
named after a family uncle, is clean, smart
and fastidious. First introduced in the 1930's,
the frame with the longest lineage is sleek
and understated just like the powerful
outsiders who made the frames famous —
think Andy Warhol, John Lennon, Harry
Truman and Gandhi, to name a few.
I think my daughter hid my Miltzens in the laundry basket. So much for the private screening tonight.
by J.Are March 30, 2010

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