Anwar Bey-Taylor

Anwar bought these MOSCOT frames three years ago because they reminded him of Spike Lee’s glasses. This “Miltzen” frame was named after a family uncle, and was first introduced by MOSCOT in the 1930s. With its slim, rounded shape, keyhole bridge and traditional three-barrel hinge, this is a classic pair of “P-3” glasses – a term eyewear manufacturers used to refer to a style that falls between oval and round. Anwar’s pair is in the color “blond” and is made from acetate with exposed hardware.