JEREMY SCOTT‘s brilliant cross sunglasses hand made by LINDA FARROW. This model is interesting and very editorial but almost impossible to wear as it is very heavy and the nose hinges are too small and weigh a lot on the nose hurting it quite a bit after only a couple of minutes of wear.
The sunglasses were assembled in China but are very sturdy nevertheless. These shades were made in black and in red. Both on sale on the LINDA FARROW website and were used on and for JEREMY SCOTT‘s catwalk for his spring summer 2011 collection.
The frame and temples are made of celluloid and are quite thick and heavy. We have inserted the black model in our archives as it does match almost any skin tone one might have. The red version is a specific shade of red which does not stand out as intense enough as it could have, being these sunglasses two crosses with all the iconography and symbolism that one might let come with them.
Definiteily one of the best models we have seen in 2011.
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