Marianne Thodorsen is wearing a pair of Bottega Veneta sunglasses in green acetate. Available at BOTTEGAVENETA.COM
+ also available in red acetate
(Photo via @marianne_theodorsen)
Annabel Rosendahl is wearing the same Bottea Veneta wraparound sunglasses in white acetate. (Photo via @annabelrosendahl)
These light beige sunglasses from Bottega Veneta are made from transparent acetate to a contemporary cat-eye silhouette. The design arrivals with a pouch, of which the color may vary.
+ also available at MATCHESFASHION
* Daniel Lee’s affinity for geometric shapes is reflected through the triangular shape of Bottega Veneta’s beige shield sunglasses. Inspired the aerodynamic wraparound shape of cycling frames, they’re crafted from semi-translucent acetate with lightly tinted lenses and feature ribbon logos to each side, which riff on the house’s famed Intrecciato weave.
LAIA’S PICK: The Attico X Linda Farrow Mini Marfa rectangle sunglasses available in pink at MATCHESFASHION
* The Attico X Linda Farrow’s pink Mini Marfa sunglasses capture the collaboration’s colour-popping hues and bold silhouettes. They’re handcrafted in Japan from clear acetate and metal to a slim, rectangular shape with brown lenses and silver-tone metal logos across the wide temples.
LAIA’S PICK: The Attico x Linda Farrow Marfa rectangular sunglasses in blue, available at MYTHERESA
* Known for its sculptural footwear, The Attico applies the same technique to its sunglasses, as demonstrated by the Marfa style. Designed in collaboration with eyewear experts Linda Farrow, it has rectangular blue frames and matching tinted lenses. There is no pair that will frame your face better.