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With Anna Sheep we were able to combine the lightness of two different elements together, titanium and acetate. The big caliber reminds a total acetate sunglasses of our collection, Fiona Volpe, but the design is clearly different and slimmer. Flexible nosepads help the fit.
Blatt-1 were one of our first model since we started our production. These are not a classic aviator shape; thanks to its sharped angles, they could be also be considered as squared. A very high technological process was implemented for cutting the front, adding numerous details on the temples. Even
One of our latest cat-eye sunglasses, definitely our most squared. As for the Blatt-1, even for Caterpillar there are no smooth lines. The upper front has only a more domed spot on its back, to provide the best comfort for the nose. Temples are a combination of acetate and metal.
These are one of our first cat-eye models we introduced in our collection, resuming a vintage trend. Fiona Volpe infact remind the 60s elegant sunglasses, but we adapt them anyway to the modern times. The large front is balanced by the thick temples. They go directly on the nose.
Fluffy gave us the chance to dare a little. We felt we needed a different cat-eye in our collection, so that’s how these sunglasses came out. The titanium structure keeps holds on the lenses thank to a thin nylon wire. These is probably one of the most innovative frame around.
What’s new about Vesper Lynd? First off, the material, since we replaced the metal with the titanium. It allowed us to change its caliber, making these sunglasses slightly bigger than before. With this new design, you can wear them with a renovate comfort, adjusting the nosepads.
We are happy to introduce one more cat-eye to our collection. Patrice are a full made titanium sunglasses with a double bridge, lightly wavy as the rest of the frame. The new spring we used prevents the temples to slam against the front of the shape. The nosepads can be