2020 is here! With the beginning of a new year, new trends of sunglasses are also coming. Are you already aware of them? No? Let us help. Get to know the sunglasses that will mark your new year.
The oversized frames will definitely mark the year that has now begun.
Very much in vogue in the 70s and 80s, due to celebrities like Jackie Kennedy or Elton John, these glasses are back with an updated design. The motto is, dare!
We leave you some suggestions:
With acetate frame and an enlarged cat eye lens, our Coimbra model, is handmade in Portugal and is available in two colours, black or turtle pattern.
A large model with a square violet gradient lens and a black frame. Ideal for those looking for a more classic model.
Another trend is the cat eye frames.
If you want to reveal the Marilyn Monroe that lives inside you, these are your glasses! Small, feline and elegant, they'll make any woman feel like a star!
With a lightweight frame and available in 3 colors, the Saint Tropez model is our proposal for you.
Whether it's pink, orange, blue or green, coloured lenses will also be part of your year. If colour means fun, the year will be fun! Have you seen the different colors Kurk has for you?
The frame is a classic for bad boys and girls all over the world. But nothing like a little color to help you see the lighter side of life.
Our Rome model is also available in 3 colours, blue, green and grey.
You know that adage that says fashion is cyclical? Well, that old saying goes again this year. The '70s are back, and with all their strength.
Our Mykonus glasses, are inspired by the classic Teashade, commonly known as John Lenon glasses.
This frame marked the '70s and promises to mark the new '20s.
"Legend" has it that this frame gained popularity by the hand, or rather the eyes, of General Douglas MacArthur during World War II. But, ironically, it was the pacifist Hippie counter culturet hat massified this model years later.
Continuing on the path of double bridge frames, with a contemporary touch, we suggest our Évora model. An acetate model, produced in Portugal.
Over the years the turtle pattern has been a constant. This pattern, synonymous with versatility, is applied to different models and eyeglass frames and can be used on more formal or relaxed occasions.
With its little turtle patterned notes and a metal frame, the Riga are double bridge glasses, discreet and inspired by the 70's.
Elegant, made in Portugal and ideal for any situation. Our Braga model is synonymous for simplicity.