Luxury Eyewear Looks

Frames with Beauty and Finesse

There, all is order and beauty, luxury, calm and voluptuousness” Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867)

Luxury is often an indefinable ingredient. In eyewear, frames in the luxury category come with a heritage of development, longevity and design that endures. Eyewear connoisseurs LINDBERG in Denmark choose noble materials for the Precious Collection that includes Platinum, 18K solid gold; diamonds; musk ox horn and other fine, natural materials. Style 2237 (above) is artfully crafted in rose and yellow gold – true heirloom eyewear. www.lindberg.com

Bano in Genuine Horn by Götti Switzerland
Bano in Genuine Horn by Götti Switzerland

Genuine Horn has long been a favourite luxury material for eyewear. Sven Götti at Götti Switzerland creates an elegant Horn composition – Bano – that is full of character and refinement. The frame is a classic look in a square shape that harmonically complements masculine and feminine facial shapes. www.gotti.ch

Kiki on the String Rosé by Anna Karin Karlsson
Kiki on the String Rosé by Anna Karin Karlsson

Delicate and feminine, Swedish designer Anna-Karin Karlsson combines acetate with handset Swarovski crystals, and 24K gold dipped end tips in Kiki on the String Rosé. A sweeping brow provides additional glamour and sophistication. www.annakarinkarlsson.com

Chrisope by Christiane Di Palo Burrone for Selima Optique
Chrisope by Christiane Di Palo Burrone for Selima Optique

Pearls are a  lunar symbol, the oldest known gem, and magical powers are attributed to them. The superior beauity of pearls is effectively presented in Chrisope – a striking design by Christiane Di Palo Burrone for Selima Optique. The sunglasses are matt stainless steel, and the temples are elegant Swarovski pearls. www.selimaoptique.com