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The coolest Italian Sunglasses to wear this summer!

If we take a step back in time, it is immediately clear to us that sunglasses have always played an important role in the history of fashion. Sunglasses are the accessory that identifies us par excellence and gives us a mysterious charm. In addition to the purely aesthetic function, however, sunglasses have the primary task of protecting our eyes. From a tool to face everyday life and a valid aid for sight, to indispensable accessories, style choices that complete the look. Another element is fashion. Among the different lenses produced all over the world, Italian glasses stand out for their high quality and attention to detail based on the Made in Italy artisan tradition.  Italian handcrafted glasses are small masterpieces of functionality and trend.

Gucci

If you are looking for a trendy model, Gucci sunglasses may be something for you. There are many styles and colours to choose from. The latest range of optical frames and sunglasses showcases the individualistic and creative spirit of Gucci. Drawing inspiration from archival elements of the House, the collection is an eclectic mix of shapes and styles reminiscent of bygone eras. Playful charms as well as emblematic codes, such as the Double G logo, appear as subtle design details throughout the selection.


Prada

Prada sunglasses for women include a wide range of silhouettes and colors: from the refined Prada Cinéma styles to square Prada Monochrome frames, from the dramatic design of Prada Minimal Baroque sunglasses to the rectangular, contemporary silhouettes of Prada Ultravox frames and Prada Linea Rossa snow goggles.

Armani Sunglasses

Whether you're shielding the glare of flashing lights (paparazzi anyone?) or hiding those morning-after eyes, Armani's freshly launched retro-inspired shades are the modern take on a classic summer essential. Taking cues from the French New Wave classic La Nouvelle Vague, the cinematic lookbook images capture the enduring class of Armani's Frames of Life. With timeless key hole shapes and dark, round frames (plus that Armani touch of luxury).

Gucci, Prada, Armani and Company crowd the market with their brands in plain sight on increasingly precious temples and lenses. But in the world of Italian eyewear brands there are also and above all companies that are not born in the world of fashion, but whose vocation has always been, since its foundation, to manufacture the best Italian eyewear.

Luxottica

A man's dream that has become an international reality. Leonardo Del Vecchio founds Luxottica on the slopes of the Belluno Dolomites, as a company that produces components for other companies in the optical sector. The turning point came in 1971, with the presentation of the first eyewear collection by Luxottica at the International Optics Exhibition in Milan. After almost fifty years, the Luxottica group produces famous brands all over the world, such as Ray-Ban, Oakley, Vogue Eyewear, Persol, Oliver Peoples and Alain Mikli, as well as creating the frames for sunglasses and eyeglasses designed by Giorgio Armani, Burberry, Bulgari, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferrari, Michael Kors, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Tiffany & Co., Valentino and Versace. Number one in Italy, number one in the world.

Quoise Eyewear

Handmade accessories with attention to the smallest details, perfect for enriching your style with a touch of glamor. Made in Italy eyeglasses that guarantee quality and elegance. Quoise sunglasses are made with ECONYL® which is regenerated nylon from waste that would otherwise pollute our Earth.- real trendy and eco-friendly.

The world doesn’t need another brand, it needs a completely different brand view. Sunglasses made in acetate produce an average waste of 100/150 grams of plastic per eyewear, but at Quoise  they minimize it at just 5 grams that go back to the production system. The new 2022 collection features fabulous new models called Manta, Marlin or Whale.


Pugnale Eyewear

Energy and innovation: these are the founding values of the Emanuele Pugnale Italian eyewear brand. From Udine dictates fashion in terms of lenses to wear and glasses Italy. Model Cascata - Squared sunglasses with colored alcantara inserts embellished with a carefully selected Swarovski crystal cascade, making the accessory even more exclusive. Handmade in Italy. Or the model Flexi: Inspired by motion this sunglasses is characterized by holes that allow it to pass from an oval-shape to a cat-eye shape with a simple gesture of the hands.  Or the model Vanitosa: Sunglasses with an elegant butterfly shape. The front is decorated by two acetate inserts with a matte finish. The temple tips are in leather. 

Persol

Persol is an Italian eyewear brand specializing in the manufacturing of sunglasses and optical frames. It is one of the oldest eyewear companies in the world and is owned by the Luxottica group. The name is derived from the Italian per il sole, meaning "for the sun". Formed in 1917 by Giuseppe Ratti, Persol originally catered to pilots and sports drivers. Presently, the company markets durable sports sunglasses. The company trademark is a silver arrow. There are many models that have gone down in history, many also thanks to some celebrities. We offer you the Steve McQueen model, the first model of sunglasses to be foldable. Equipped with an acetate frame, these glasses are designed with a key bridge positioned in the middle of the frame: in this way the glasses can be folded, greatly reducing their size, revealing themselves to be an authentic masterpiece of high Italian craftsmanship. With the Dolce & Gabbana x Persol - two iconic Italian brands reinvent the taste of summer. The Persol and Stone Island logos are engraved on the yellow lenses. This is the origin of a frame with industrial elegance, signed by Persol and Stone Island. Limited Edition The House of Paper - are a special edition with 24K gold plated lenses. From the collaboration with A.P.C. an exclusive reinterpretation of the 649 in three colors was born. Created in 1957 for tram drivers and made legendary by Marcello Mastroianni in "Divorzio all'italiana" in 1961, the 649s are back today with the spring summer 2020 A.P.C collection.

Carfia

On the other hand, Carfia sunglasses are ideal for women. This frame has a square shape, but the thickness is less and the colors more delicate; moreover, the solid acetate that composes it does not discolour in contact with heat or with the passage of time. Polarized lenses improve vision and depth perception, avoiding eye strain or a disturbance while driving. We started CARFIA to developed a new and revolutionary approach to

provide Premium Polarized Sunglasses for the whole world, but not at a Premium Price! By circumventing traditional channels, designing glasses in-house, we’re able to provide higher-quality, better-looking eyewear at a fraction of the going price.


Ozona Occhiali - Perugia

Ozona Occhiali - from an idea by Sandro Gonnella developed in Perugia in 2006, a brand of Italian sunglasses was born, definitely one of a kind. With attention to the smallest details, these accessories are real tailoring creations, tailor-made, unique, personalized products.Ozona was born in the historic centre of Perugia in an artisanal atelier, a cult workshop where eyewear becomes and expression of individuality and embodies the Hand made in Italy brand. The typical creative interplay of colours, lines and design to reflect the personality of who wears the sun glasses. To preserve the uniqueness of the eyewear Ozona collections are very limited only 5 units per model in a specific colour.

 

Snob Milano

We put the product at the center of our target. Innovative appeal thanks to a consistent product culture. S N O B Milano will satisfy stimulate your couriosity and style.

The great partnership with ZEISS sunlens dept. brings quality and technology at the highest standards of the market.

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