MOSCHINO model MO773S01 is Jeremy Scott’s first contribution to the already mythological legacy of early MOSCHINO sunglasses. The “fast food – fast fashion” shades are a testament to Read More
MOSCHINO model MO771 was concieved by Jeremy Scott and is the most reminiscent of vintage MOSCHINO shades from the nineties. It captures best the Read More
Jeremy Scott’s infamous acetate Mickey sunglasses were made as part of the fall winter 2009 pret-a-porter “mouse trap” collection. These shades were Read More
JEREMY SCOTT’s collaboration with LINDA FARROW always seems to prove winning. These sunglasses are more a pop art object for the face then they are sunglasses. In fact, they do not offer any sun protection. Instead, they offer an idea of what could happen if somebody held our Read More
JEREMY SCOTT and Linda Farrow teamed up in summer 2010 to make the “bone” sunglasses. These shades match JEREMY SCOTT’S ss10 “Flinstone” inspired collection as they seem to be taken out of a cartoon and given to humans to wear. The effect is Read More
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 Read More
JEREMY SCOTT smile sunglasses made by LINDA FARROW from Jeremy’s spring summer 2011 collection. This model was available in black frame and red lenses (depicted here), dark grey lenses and silver frame and dark grey lenses and gold frames.
The “smile” sunglasses were Read More