Oliver Peoples Introduces the Gregory Peck Frame, Inspired by a Legendary Design

Oliver Peoples Gregory Peck Frame

Season after season, Oliver Peoples is true to its tradition of introducing new stunning and thoughtfully designed glasses. This time it’s the brand’s first foldable frame – The Gregory Peck 1962, named after a legendary design, first presented nearly a decade ago. Now it’s being re-launched and highlighted in Oliver Peoples’ latest campaign featuring a talented Ross Butler.


In collaboration with Peck Estate, OP new frames were crafted directly after the signature glasses worn by Gregory Peck in “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the landmark 1962 movie. The new model is equally institutional as is modern and fashionable. It comes handcrafted from layers of custom-designed acetate in exciting colors, which results in the unique pattern of every single frame. The Gregory Peck also features three-barrel hinges that ensure exceptional durability to the structure of the frame.

The Gregory Peck is a foldable frame with a certain number of the matchless flourishes Oliver Peoples is famous for. To increase the adherence between the hinges and frame, ensuring superior strength, the manufacturer added the hand-laid functional plaques. The glasses are available in an array of beautiful tortoise hues and limited edition colors. Whether unfolded and worn, or folded and on display, the Gregory Peck frame by Oliver Peoples is jaw-dropping in all the right ways.