Farah was founded in 1920 in El Paso, Texas, by Mansour Farah and Hana Farah who started by selling chambray work shirts for just 35 cents. In the 1930s, Farah moved to working with denim, creating overalls and general workwear. The brand was praised for their well constructed, durable clothing and received awards for their efforts. However, Farah was reclaimed by UK punk scene in the 1970s - in particular, Farah was made famous for its slim, sharp, hopsack canvas trousers. This garment soon transitioned from just the punk scene and became a key wardrobe staple for Mods, Rude Boys, Casuals and the 90s’ indie music scene - each subculture making our signature Farah F Tab it's own.
In 2020, Farah will celebrate its 100th year and you can see this history and heritage through each eyewear design. Farah glasses focus on premium materials and classic design. In turn, Farah has produced a carefully crafted range of men's frames that can be worn for most occasions and can become the cornerstone of any man’s wardrobe.