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July 2022

Pop frames

A flash of colour and joie de vivre across the face as if to exorcise the mask that we could finally drop. There’s no question of sunglasses playing it incognito in 2022! a fantasy touch to the most classic models.

By Julie de los Rios

Dior. Pink Lady

DiorSignature B1U butterfly sunglasses in pink give a girly rock touch... Irresistible!


Dragon. A whole new world

From the brand’s light and durable glasses, the Mak model softens the cat-eye.


Lanvin. Glamour

The LNV626S glasses, with their distinctive XXL rectangular shape, are bold. In light acetate and four colours.


Alain Afflelou. Flamboyant

Oversized, rounded, and with elegant “scale” temples, the Lora model dares to wear the colour of love.


Celine. Azur

Hedi Slimane has created the Baie des Anges collection and revamped cat-eye frames in azure blue acetate.


Gigi Studio. Rock

It’s graphic lines and deep colours for the Regina glasses.


& Others Stories x MINJUKIM. Co(o)llab’

The first winners of the Netflix reality show Next in Fashion, based in Seoul, created these frames with their euphoric design.


Isabel Marant XXL

These square frames assert a conquering personality with their blue-tinted “scales” look.


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