Oliver Peoples and Japanese fashion designer Takahiro Miyashita teamed up for a collection called the SoloIst.
All frames are made of deadstock vintage materials, aged metal parts. And there are clip on sunglasses to match! These warm and dapper frames are currently only released in Japan, can be baught here.
Le Corbusier, pseudonym for Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, the famous French-Swiss architect and artist known for contibuting to what is called “Modern Architecture”. He was very loyal to one type of frame, in fact that type of glasses are called Le Corbusier or “Architect frames”.
This type of frame has lots of character, is bold and simple. A great feature is that even strong prescriptions look great in a round think frame like this. Frames inspired by the Le Corbusier frame:
MYKITA and Bernahrd Wilhelm teamed up once more for another sunglass called Violetta.
This Psychadelic frame is exactly what I’ve been looking for in a sunglass: large, fun gradient colors and LIGHT! They come in thsese two cool color combinations. I love the gold with the green/pink lenses, the green looks like eye shadow and the pink looks like rouge!
Kris Atomic‘s prints are cute.
From the Gabriel von Satzger
Dita Lancier is something for all the gentlemen who are looking for a pair of real solid sunglasses.
The lenses have nearly super power quality. There are three types of lenses, each designed for a different activity. Each type of lens has a symbol of the intended activity.
- Grey Polarized for sailing.
- G-15-Non_Polarized for flying.
- Brown Polarized for driving.
All frames come with both standard straight temples and wrap around temples and are changeable with just a push on a button!
Just like when buying a really good watch all of the individually numbered frames come in a big box including a lovely vintage looking leather case, cleaning cloth, skrewdriver, looped temples and a warranty card.