With their unstructured panto shape, the "Dior So Real" sunglasses from the Summer 2014 catwalk show harmoniously blend architectural lines with a couture spirit. Vintage-inspired but absolutely futuristic they are here to guarantee elegance and style. So Real and So limited!
The Céline 2014 collection is represented by two words: continuity and consistency. The brand’s main character and style are always there. Elegance, minimalism with a twist, modernity. But the new collection is mainly inspired by the graffitis and street art in Paris, underlined by nuances that dominated the 80’s. For 2014 Céline also introduces its brand new THIN FAMILY. Models that have been a great success and are now presented in a very light and comfortable fit.
The new 2014 Ray Ban Collection consists of historical glasses of the famous fashion brand, and brand new models, with trendy colors and irresistible patterns, that will appeal to all those who want to show off accessories that do not go unnoticed. Here are the latests trends: velvet effects (on CHRIS RB 4187, ERIKA RB 4171), "round" shapes (PLASTIC ROUND RB 4203) and flashy colours.
The Spring/Summer 2014 Tom Ford Eyewear Collection presents a combination of aggressive stylings alongside a range of refined, “classic” looks. New colors have been introduced, including newly developed acetates for women: cat-eyed, oversized and 50s-inspired frames, round styles and geometric shapes. As for the men’s sunglasses, the collection proposes pilot-shaped and vintage, retro-inspired frames.
Light, feminine, elegant and vintage reminding; the newest Chloé collection is all aboout class and elegance. Chic and sophisticated models, inspired by the celebrities of the past, squared and oversizes frames, available in a lot of refined colours, like powder, white and peach. Small details in golden metal or white cristals decorate the sunglasses of the brand Chloé. But the one and only protagosnist has a name: CARLINA, with its extra-large metallic frame and two circular outlines. They are a hymn to vintage and to the hippy style .
Reborn from the Persol archives, the Phoenix Arrow has returned. Its design, both masculine and assertive, lends from the grace of the mythical creature after which it was named. Originally conceived in the 1950s, it comes from a time when men were men, women dangerously seductive and films noir. An era of intricate stories shrouded in mystery, with characters plotting against one another to gain the upper hand. In a universe where shadow and light converge, Film Noir explores our darker selves through mindblowing cinematography anchored in hardboiled crime fiction.