New In Sunglasses
The new sustainable collection
Handcrafted from the same world-renowned Italian Mazzucchelli acetate, but now more sustainable. Better for the environment, and stronger too. Find out more.
Zeiss sun lenses for full UVA/UVB protection.
Make them your own and customise with polarised or prescription lenses.
Designed in-house at our Soho studio and handmade by our Italian framemakers. Frames so good, in style and substance, you could pass them on to the next generation, like the skills with which they were crafted.
Kendall commands the room with it's striking silhouette and boldly bevelled features. On-trend oval lenses are surrounded by luxuriously thick yet lightweight acetate to give Kendall it’s signature shape. Handmade from the finest sustainable Mazzucchelli acetate and fitted with renowned Zeiss sun lenses.
Winston stands firm with its solid browline and squared-off hinge. Paired with a softer aesthetic around the lenses, smooth bevelling and saddle bridge to provide maximum comfort. Handcrafted from the finest sustainable Mazzucchelli acetate and fitted with Zeiss sun lenses, Winston combines timeless appeal with considerate design.
Vivian is the epitome of graceful glamour. A subtly upswept lens shape blends effortlessly into soft bevelled detailing. Handmade from beautiful sustainable Mazzucchelli acetate and fitted with Zeiss sun lenses for full protection, Vivian ensures sophistication for those sunny days ahead.
Introducing Kingsley, our most accessible metal style with more than meets the eye. Retro rectangular lenses are given a touch of contemporary cool set into this sleek metal frame. A closer look reveals intricate filigree work inspired by vintage eyewear. Handcrafted and fitted with industry-renowned Zeiss sun lenses, Kingsley fuses innovative design with traditional detailing.
The new Spring Summer 2021 sunglasses collection features three new colourways. A classic Dark Havana alongside two new vibrant semi-transparent colours, Cinnamon (shown here in Kendall) and Marmalade.
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