Futuristic sunglasses

Catwalks of the 2018 Spring-Summer season have raised sunglasses to the rank of unmissable and inseparable element of the collections…

By Ellie Michel Published on 18 October 2017 Related colors NellyRodi
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Hard to ignore, frames are not designed half way: they are huge or tiny such as the Fenty Puma and Prada’s. They sometimes adorn a touch of neon color – seen at Stella McCartney – and look straight out of a sci-fi movie at times such as at Koché.

Indeed, sunglasses adopt a futurist or athletic spirit. Is this goodbye to traditional Aviator, doe eyes and super-feminine shapes? If the trend can initially seem less accessible, audacity is not lacking in the accessories department, and cat-eyes have developed avant-garde versions – if not even “tuning” as already adopted by the street…

Photo © Louis Vuitton Spring 2018
Photo © Louis Vuitton Spring 2018
Photo © Fenty Puma Spring 2018
Photo © Fenty Puma Spring 2018
Photo © Stella McCartney Spring 2018
Photo © Stella McCartney Spring 2018
Photo © MSGM Spring 2018
Photo © MSGM Spring 2018
Photo © Koché Spring 2018
Photo © Kenzo Spring 2018 2
Photo © Kenzo Spring 2018
Photo © Louis Vuitton Spring 2018 2
Photo © Louis Vuitton Spring 2018
Photo © Stella McCartney Spring 2018
Photo © Koché Spring 2018 5
Photo © Koché Spring 2018
Photo © Prada Spring 2018
Photo © Prada Spring 2018
Photo © Fenty Puma Spring 2018 2
Photo © Fenty Puma Spring 2018
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Photo © Sonia Rykiel Spring 2018

Genuine ode to the 1990s and 2000s, inspiration also appears to come from Balenciaga’s 2017 Autumn collection, which brought back the trend with “Matrix” sunglasses. In fact, it rapidly inspired the mini-collection of sunglasses Dior x Rihanna and those of Kendall + Kylie later-on…

Photo © Balenciaga Fall 2017
Photo © Balenciaga Fall 2017
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Photo © Balanciaga Fall 2017
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