Award-winning purveyor of eyewear to the entertainment industry and the public for the last three decades Old Focals provides studio services for TV & film, has their own line of eyewear: Collector's Choice, and owns one of the world's largest collections of vintage frames, specializing in new old stock.

The Old Focals Collection

Including Russ Campbell's Collector's Choice line of eyewear. See more of the collection.

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  • The Sunglasses of Mad Men

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    Mad Men Season 7: The End Begins “And while Matthew Weiner, that scrivener djinn, is known for his attention to period detail – the Eames chairs, the silver-rimmed lowball glasses, etc. – your correspondent has always been most interested in the one mid-century prop every Angeleno can appreciate: The sunglasses, man. The sunglasses.” Reuben Brody […]

  • In Search of the Source: Hollywood’s Vintage Eyewear Experts

    Renko Meets Hollywood’s Vintage Eyewear Experts We enjoyed a great visit from Brands and Films founder Erik Renko from Slovenia while on his California Road Trip: It was our third day in Los Angeles and I was still uncomfortable with LA’s traffic. However, our schedule was tight and ambitious: first we visited Don Draper’s childhood […]

  • How Gary Oldman Found George Smiley’s Glasses for Tinker, Tailor Soldier, Spy

    That guy. That Place in Pasadena. “The glasses had to be as iconic as an Aston Martin. A dry martini,” explains Gary Oldman about his desire to find the quintessential eyewear for George Smiley in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.  A poster on Hollywood Blvd. for Colin Firth’s “A Single Man” assured him he was close […]