We first spotted Stella McCartney's sunglasses on her Spring '17 runway in Paris. A nod to the season's '80s mood, their sleek cat-eye silhouette is outlined by a glossy acetate brow bar and finished with cool, mirrored lenses. Wear yours at the weekend with a retro tee or sweatshirt.
Aviator rosegold glasses by Stella McCartney
Falabella Chain black sunglasses by Stella McCartney
Aviator purple sunglasses by Stella McCartney
Designed in a pastel-pink and brown colourway Stella McCartney's tortoiseshell bio-acetate glasses are imbued with a modern feel. They're crafted in Italy to a round-frame shape and detailed with silver-tone metal oval-shaped temple pins and clear lenses. Wear them with a creamy silk blouse for a feminine result.
Gradient blue-tinted lenses give Stella McCartney's silver-tone metal sunglasses an instantly fresh feel. They're crafted in Italy with angular aviator frames that provide 100% UV protection and finely finished with silver-tone metal corner studs and tonal-brown tortoiseshell acetate tips. Tousled hair is the perfect complement.
Stella McCartney's black flat-top sunglasses are defined by chain-effect openwork inserts at the arms - a detail integral to the Falabella line. They're crafted from bio-acetate which has been developed in line with the label's sustainable ethos and finished with black-tinted lenses. Wear them to bring a note of insider cool to new-season looks.
Stella McCartney puts a modern spin on the retro cat-eye silhouette with these tonal-brown tortoiseshell bio-acetate sunglasses. New for Resort 2017 they are crafted in Italy with oversized frames and subtly finished with silver-tone metal studs and nose bridge. Wear them to bring instant glamour to minimalist looks.
Feminine yet understated Stella McCartney's black acetate glasses are an ideal pick for every day. They're crafted in Italy with rounded D-shaped frames that are subtly accented with gold-tone metal corner studs and feature clear lenses that can be switched for a prescription pair. Channel a refined aesthetic by styling them with tousled hair and pared-back tailoring.
The soft light-pink hue of these acetate D-frame glasses is typical of Stella McCartney's feminine aesthetic. Made in Italy they can be customised for everyday use by replacing the clear lenses with your personal prescription while silver-tone metal corner studs lend a subtle finishing touch. Complete a fresh spring ensemble with sherbet-sweet shades.