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4 Female Fashion Designer Eyewear Collabs To Look Out For

WHEN THE HOTTEST DESIGNERS TEAM UP WITH THE EYEWEAR INDUSTRY’S COOLEST BRANDS, HERE’S WHAT HAPPENS. EYESEEMAG REVEALS FOUR OF OUR FAVORITE COLLABS.

Everyone loves a collaboration and the best part about an eyewear collab is having an a designer piece that you can wear every day. While dropping a large sum for a dress, a pair of shoes or an expensive handbag may not be in the reach of all of us, most can afford to dabble in their favourite designer through glasses.

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© Thierry Lasry - Koché

Thierry Lasry x Koché

The luxury French eyewear brand Thierry Lasry has teamed up with Koché, a (very) up-and-coming Parisian designer, known mainly for her streetwear-inspired designs. On the glasses in question, named ‘Cobalt’ after the superhero Cobalt Man, Koché founder, Christelle Kocher, says: “we used a new technique to get a very unusual lens shape on the top of the glasses: cut and bevelled.”

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© Garett Leight x Clare V

Garrett Leight x Clare Vivier

Bringing together California beachy vibes and a New Wave French look, this ongoing collaboration between the two brands (Garrett Leight & Clare Vivier) feels like the perfect match. Those who are existing Clare V fans will enjoy the subtleness of the refined cat eye shape, brought back for this round with four different color options.

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© Garett Leight x Ulla Johnson

Garrett Leight x Ulla Johnson

If you’re looking for something on the more feminine side, Garrett Leight strikes again with another collab, this time with bohemian designer Ulla Johnson. Featuring oversize acetate frames in four different colors, these frames are the perfect touch of fun for those girly looks.

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© Sunglass Hut - Alexa Chung

Sunglass Hut x Alexa Chung

The British style-icon-turned-designer has teamed up with giant Sunglass Hut to release a limited edition range of 70’s-inspired glasses. After debuting the collection on the runway at London Fashion Week, Alexa Chung said of the frames: “’I revisited iconic moments in film and music to make a variety of styles that feel both timeless and timely.”