There are no tumultuous eras quite like the ‘60s and ‘80s. The ‘60s brought us revolutionary music, marked by the soulful sounds of Motown, the British Invasion, and the counterculture movement of the Summer of Love. The decade flourished with a vibrant tapestry of musical genres and social movements that challenged the status quo.
On the other hand, the ‘80s were a cinematic explosion, characterized by bold storytelling and iconic movie moments, from blockbuster hits to indie gems. This era marked a shift in the film industry, embracing cutting-edge special effects, imaginative narratives, and a kaleidoscope of vibrant visuals. It was a time to be geeked out on; with big hair, bold fashion, and even bolder characters taking center stage.
Drawing inspiration from these contrasting yet complementary decades, Grove captures the essence of their individual styles for the modern era. The ‘60s bring the soul, rhythm, and rebellion of their music, while the ‘80s infuse the cinematic drama and boldness into the frames. The result is a convergenous that encapsulates the cool, smooth aesthetic we all admire.
The Grove sunglasses embody this philosophy, featuring an easy upwards top line slope and seamless transitions. A thick acetate draws a cool and edgy finish. We imagine the summer children of 1967 embracing these in today’s tech era, still armed with their idealism and free spirit.
It envelopes a spirited blend of countercultural rebellion and digital-age exuberance, a testament to the timelessness of breaking boundaries and celebrating the spirit of individuality.