What are the new sunglasses trends for Fall 2014? We found out, straight from New York’s runways:
3.1. Phillip Lim suggests a fresh approach for the new season: square, but rounded sunglasses made of acetate, in a variety of neutral colors: black, white, gray, even brown. The frames are flattering and look very modern.
The whole Rodarte collection was marked by glitter and warm colors, and the eyewear accompanying it got plenty of earth tones too. The glasses are slightly cat eye and the frame is gradient, featuring a light color in the lower side and a darker one in the upper side.
It’s all about dark colors and small frames at Vera Wang. The sunglasses are round, acetate, and they come in black and gray, with a slight keyhole.
We’ve spotted the smallest sunglasses at Anna Sui, who went with the shortest cat eye sunglasses we’ve ever seen. They come in red and black, to match the rest of the collection, and they look quite eccentric.
Oscar de la Renta went for aviator sunglasses with a metallic brow and cute acetate cat eyes, both of which can work on a certain kind of woman. The former are more business-like, while the latter are more romantic.
At Kate Spade, the sunglasses are sweet as candy! They come in red, pink, brown and glittered gold, they’re oversized and slightly cat eye, and they are perfect for everyday wear.
Zac Posen opted for a little more variety, showcasing different shapes of sunglasses. We’ve seen cat eyes, square cat eyes and oversized square ones, all of which with embellished corners that are still in.
Tommy Hilfiger shows the sporty side of this fall’s woman, which includes ski sunglasses as well as mirrored aviators. The latter come in gold, which has a cool effect.
At Prabal Gurung, the sunglasses were oversized and round, made of acetate, but with a metallic frame that gives them a steampunk flair.