The Quay is inspired by the protector, who defends her own with all her might.
A feminine square profile with a soft brow line.
A unique, limited edition, handmade fabric optical frame by
The Elusive Miss Lou.
Size: 50 - 17 - 143 Shape: Square
Amsterdam - Netherlands - “...Amsterdam is a city of freedoms; it feels like a place on the forefront of societal thinking, while having deep historic roots. The canals are beautiful in the winter with lights reflecting off the water. It is truly a magical place. The tulip markets are a big draw for me in particular. Every which way there are new tulips to see, each with a rich story to tell and a friendly face excited to tell it. You can imagine the city, as with many European cities, the times before, when artists walked the streets and aristocrats, merchants and royalty frequented the local establishments. It is a city of history and thought...” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 210
India-Pakistan at Wagah-Attari - “...nothing I’ve seen comes close to the border ceremony I witnessed in the Kashmir region of India. Having spent some time in India, I had grown used to the vibrant colours and sensory overload of the cities, but this crossing was something to behold. The border guards, dressed spectacularly in their crisp uniforms performed with extraordinary flexibility and precision, while a deep sense of tradition fell like a blanket over the substantial crowd. I could not help but be reminded of exotic birds as I looked on in wonder, but I wouldn’t have said that aloud…” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 143
New Orleans, USA - “...New Orleans is a city bursting at the seams with music. From the moment I set foot on the streets, music seemed to emerge from the walls like the old muse. In fact, that’s how I would describe the city, the muse given form and flavour. I could not help but be swept up in it, and three days later when I emerged, I felt freshly scrubbed with a new eye for the world. If you need an artistic boost and can make it, New Orleans is the city to set your soul on fire…” - The Memoirs of Miss Lou pg. 27