There is so much to love about Hawley’s frames from RetroSuperFuture. These “Lucia” shades feature a thin profile, with Giotto-esque round lens wrapped with a bold and striking “Puma” print. The dramatic arch at the temples is matched with an equally dramatic dip at the bridge, making these frames as daring as they are eye-catching. We love how the animal print extends all the way down the sides of the arms, and how it contrasts with the half-rim shape of the lens.
Hawley wisely keeps the rest of her outfit simple, letting the sunglasses act as the focal point. This is a pair of shades that’s as fun as it is fashion-forward, perfect for those who aren’t afraid to take it up a notch when it comes to their eyewear.
We approached Anita just as she was taking these RetroSuperFuture sunglasses out of the box. According to Anita, they were one of two new pairs of Supers that she picked up that weekend. We love these “Lucia” shades in “Ilaria Silver,” which feature a combination of silver-coloured metal and a classic “Havana” acetate print along the top of the frames and end of the arms. With the thicker edges on the corners and silver trim around the lenses, they’re a unique take on semi-rimless glasses that we haven’t seen before.
Anita’s amassed quite the collection of sunglasses over the years, ranging from Prada and Karen Walker, to a bright blue pair from the Alexandre Herchcovitch x MYKITA collection. With her strong sense of personal style, she always knows what looks good on her, but she’s not afraid to experiment either. And what better way to do that than with eyewear! We can’t wait to see what that other pair she recently bought looks like!
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Don’t be fooled by Jamie’s casual sneakers, knit cap and sporty SUPER sunglasses – this look screams fashion head to toe. And as a buyer for Macy’s, Jamie should know.
We love the two-toned look of these glasses, which are a twist on SUPER’s signature flat-tops. They stand out just enough to garner a second look (and we weren’t the only ones to compliment Jamie on her frames), while also serving to tie her whole outfit together perfectly.