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
CHANEL model 5009 was made in the early 00s. It represents the transition from the exclusive CHANEL boutique sunglasses to the Read More
PIERRE CARDIN model “ski sport 60/7” from the eighties is a brilliant example of modern sunglasses design combined with the need to adapt to practical sportswear. In fact, these ski glasses were made to Read More
Sunglassespreservation is happy to showcase another amazing pop art sunglasses design by Persona Non Grata (PNG). Model “Ronald’s resurrection” was made in 2013 as art of PNG’s flamboyant pop frenzy sunglass collection. These shades are laser cut and Read More
CHANEL model 05255 C0713 was made as part of CHANEL’s spring-summer 1995 pret-a-porter collection and catwalk. 1995 was a rich year for CHANEL sunglasses altogether as both spring and fall seasons saw a big amount of new shade designs and styles.
Model 05255 is the most Read More
VERSACE follows a trend that has been going on for quite a while in fashion business: the re-editions and remakes of vintage and archive pieces of high end brands. We have seen Courrèges remake thier eskimo shades as well as their mask, CAZAL making re-editions of their legendary 80’s and 90’s models brought to fame mostly by music bands like Read More
VERSACE often relates their design creations to the wonders of the seas and oceans. We see the underwater realms appear on silk pillows, high end porcelain cups and plates as well as clothes and of course, on accessories! Our favorite type of Read More