Sunglasses are an essential accessory for sunny South Florida living. They are also among the more accessible luxury goods, offering many their first glimpse into the world of high fashion. We’ve rounded up some of the season’s hottest sunglasses, and where they can be found.
Chanel worked with musicians Angèle, Pharrell Williams, and Sébastien Tellier, joined by actresses Isabelle Adjani and Margaret Qualley, for the Spring/Summer 2020 eyewear collection. Each were paired a sunglass design that matched their specific aura while displaying Chanel’s classic motifs. Pick your persona and find the perfect pair of shades, a key accessory for self-expression and the distinction of style.
Margaret Qualley appears beneath a butterfly frame in black metal, linked with a string of white pearls.
Chanel Eyewear is available at the Chanel Beauty boutique located on the upper level, center court.
When one hears “Tiffany & Co.,” images of diamonds, Audrey Hepburn and robin-egg blue boxes come to mind, and rightfully so! The renowned jeweler has been a pillar of American culture and fine jewelry design for decades. A hidden gem of the brand’s offerings is its luxury eyewear collection. The gradient sunglasses pictured above showcase the trademark “Tiffany Blue” color with graphic angles and clean lines that blend beautifully into a cat eye shape even Holly Golightly would love.
Tiffany & Co. is located on the lower level near Nordstrom.
As impactful as they are lightweight, the Fendi Botanical sunglasses promise to slot effortlessly into your daily rotation, while also elevating everything they’re paired with.
Fendi is located on the lower level, near Nordstorm.
Bold-framed glasses and sunglasses characterize the Gucci eyewear line for women, from classic aviators to cat-eyes and crystal Hollywood Forever styles. Grey square lenses define these sunglasses, while sparkling crystals illuminate the silver-toned metal temples, ending with a mother of pearl effect tip.
Gucci is located on the lower level, near Nordstrom
Wings II by @honeydijon for Ray-Ban Studios
For Honey Dijon, fashion and music have always been two sides of the same coin. Her three exclusive new frames for Ray-Ban Studios reflect her ability to seamlessly clash genres and eras with integrity and style. Each pair has been taken from our archives and tells a story: you’ll find ’60s revolutionary spirit in the Olympian Aviator, ‘70s disco vibes echo through the Square 1973, and decadent ‘80s excess in the 24K gold-plated Wings II. A journey through 30 years of music, in 3 unique styles.
Aviator Olympian by @honeydijon for Ray-Ban Studios
Ray-Ban is located on the lower level, near Zara.
Longines launched a dazzling new eyewear collection, inspired by the brand’s traditional values. The sunglass collections are categorized into three segments: “Classic” characterized by timeless elegance; “Heritage” inspired by the brand’s rich history; and “Sport” defined by a continuous quest for innovation and performance. Perfect to accompany you throughout the sunny days, let your style shine with Longines.
Discover these new styles and more at the Longines Boutique, located on the second level.
Always at the forefront of luxury fashion, Saint Laurent’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection features an array of modern, earthy designs—some accented with bold animal prints—that reflect the fashion house’s current, rugged-chic aesthetic.
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Saint Laurent is located on the lower level near Nordstrom.
No luxury eyewear list would be complete without a selection from Oliver Peoples. For over 30 years, the boutique brand has been a leader in quality and prestige. The new “Cary Grant” design (pictured above), which is named after the classic Hollywood star, perfectly encapsulates the brand’s style: modern, streamlined elegance imbued with the nostalgia of yesteryear.
The Oliver Peoples Boutique is located on the upper level near Nordstrom.
@isabelagrutman wearing the Isabella, as featured on @illesteva
With handmade Italian eyewear that draws inspiration from New York City’s design scene, Illesteva’s selection of runway-ready sunglasses will bring out anyone’s inner fashionista. The brand offers several chic, eye-catching styles. Here Isabella Grutman wears the “Isabella” with an exaggerated cat-eye, making the look as distinguishable as herself.
@rocky_barnes in the Connecticut, as featured on @illesteva
Illesteva is located on the upper level near Macy’s.
Whether 3D printed frames in Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year or hand-selected glasses & sunglasses from featured brands like Barton Perreira, Dita and more Edward Beiner has a selection that offers unique and one-of-a-kind frames. Just like the Jacques Marie Mage limited production frame “Fellini”.
Edward Beiner is located on the upper level, near Bloomingdale’s.
Similar to the brand’s luxury automobiles, Porsche Design’s Hexagon sunglasses are as cutting edge as they are sleek. Part of the recently debuted Spring/Summer 2020 collection, this limited-edition design was inspired by a sports car engine block with eight hexagonal screws bolting the titanium front to the frame.
Porsche Design is located on the lower level near Macy’s.
As a certified retailer of over 30 designer brands like Tom Ford, Chanel and Gucci, Designer Eyes is a fantastic option for shoppers searching for fresh-off-the-runway eyewear. Looking forward to the future? So are we! The Dior Homme “Futuristic” (pictured above) is the perfect Summer shade.
Designer Eyes is located on the upper level near Zara.
Shop these sunnies and more luxury eyewear selections at Aventura Mall. Visit aventuramall.com/shops for a list of stores that are now open.