For one of its campaigns this year, Oliver Peoples features a real-life love story. The eyewear brand shares its signature styles with the help of model Lucky Blue Smith, his wife Nara Aziza Pellman, and their daughter Rumble Honey. A trip to Joshua Tree, California, and the Doolittle House, a local landmark, is next on the itinerary for the three. Matthew Brookes captures the Smiths in a series of portraits as they take in the Doolittle House’s distinctive design and muted color scheme.
Oliver Peoples ‘Love Song’ Campaign
American architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg created the breathtaking Doolittle House in the 1980s, and Oliver Peoples sees it as a kindred spirit in its beauty. The Doolittle House, like the brand’s frames, was meticulously created with the highest care and precision. As a whole, the 4,643-square-foot home and its connection to Joshua Tree are magical.
Finding a better combination of inspiration than this campaign for Oliver Peoples is challenging. The brand celebrates a story comparable to an iconic ‘Love Song’ with genuine characters and a stage that is a work of art. Oliver Peoples perfects the narrative with its stylish and quality eyewear. Matthew Brookes brings the campaign together with his masterful images that reflect the atmosphere while highlighting Oliver Peoples’ timeless elegance.