Google search engine celebrates the life of American designer Altine ‘Tina’ Schinasi
Designer of the most popular 'cat eye' eyeglass frame
She was born on 4 August 1907 in Manhattan, New York
Schinasi's artistic journey starts from manhattan street to paris
She further honed her artistic skills at The Art Students League in New York City
she was privilege of collaborating with artistic giants such as Salvador Dalí and George Grosz
Observing that women's eyeglasses were limited to round frames
she made groundbreaking idea for the "cat-eye" eyeglass frame
Inspired by the alluring shape of Harlequin masks worn during the Carnevale festival in Venice, Italy
eyeglasses swiftly gained popularity amongst us women's in 1930s &1940s
Her invention earned her significant recognition prestigious Lord & Taylor American Design Award in 1939
Vogue and Life also acknowledged her contribution to the world of fashion.
She also delved into filmmaking, producing a compelling documentary titled "George Grosz' Interregnum"
"The Road I Have Traveled," providing a glimpse into her extraordinary life journey
She also volunteered as an art therapist, using her creative talents to help others.