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Lucky Blue Smith & Family Head to Joshua Tree for Oliver Peoples Campaign

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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.

Clyne sunglasses in a campaign for the brand. Photo Credit: Matthew Brookes / Oliver Peoples

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.

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Adès sunglasses. Photo Credit: Matthew Brookes / Oliver Peoples