Marques’Almeida collaborated with Super Sunglasses to make these hand-coated python leather shades that they showed at their Spring/Summer 2015 show.
Burberry showed these rimless, new-age-y, Matrix-looking sunglasses at their Spring/Summer 2015 show. They do a bit of a wrap-around too, which adds extra UV protection.
3. Maison Margiela.
But it’s these floral Margiela shades that I’m really excited for, which are rimless with a bit of a wrap-around as well.
Kenzo showed two different sunglasses at their Spring/Summer 2015 show, which means two more sunglasses that will soon be as ubiquitous as their tiger sweaters. One is a sleek, futuristic take on ski goggles, while the other is a refurbished version of those plastic shades the dentist gives you.
5. Acne Studios.
For a company that specializes in making timeless pieces, it was unsurprising to see the retro aviators in their Spring/Summer 2015 show — aviators being the one sunglass style that will forever remain relevant.
6. Miu Miu.
Nor was it surprising to see Miu Miu make another pair of top-notch shades. The brand is known for their accessories and this year Miuccia went with a familiar style, with one key difference: the tops of the sunglasses were all sliced off.
Valentino also renovated the classic aviator, albeit with some odd twists. All were immensely oversized and some came shaped like pentagons.