- Six eye-popping sunglasses by Kuboraum, Thom Browne, Oliver Peoples and others.
1 Pinstripe Lace by Cutler & Gross
The British brand injected a stripe and floral pattern into these circular Moroccan Dream frames. Also available in tortoise-shell with gold embellishments.
2 Square-Frame by Thom Browne
These acetate sunglasses with stainless steel cables, from Thom Browne of New York, have side shields to reduce glare, and high performance G15 lenses that filter colours in a similar way to the human eye. Available from Mr. Porter.
3 Maske U5 by Kuboraum
Berlin’s Kuboraum put a square spin and rose-coloured tint on these Italian-made shades. Available from Karir Eyewear.
4 Disco by Sherriff & Cherry
A decade ago, Croatia designer Mauro Massarotto founded Sherriff & Cherry and began producing eyewear in 2010. This handmade silver nickel pair sports transparent acetate arms that are available in several colour combinations.
5 Ontario by Proof
Handcrafted from five-ply Canadian maple skateboard deck, each pair is unique. Each frame is hand-polished and coated with a water and sweat protective seal. The wooden interpretation of the popular wayfarer style is part of Proof’s Skateboard collection. Available from Holt Renfrew.
6 Maison Kitsuné for Oliver Peoples
French fashion house Maison Kitsuné partnered with the California eyewear manufacturer to produce a collection of glasses for the launch of the new Maison Kitsuné Tokyo store. Made in Japan, the vintage-looking specs come in several colour combinations including dark tortoise with green mirror lenses.