L.G.R Sunglasses Special Edition

The Italian label is collaborating with Space for Giants

A sophisticated special edition by L.G.R for Space for Giants is released – designed to benefit the conservation charity as part of their commitment to protecting the natural landscapes of Africa. The Italian label has created a capsule of four timeless, durable cellulose acetate designs paired with a fine handmade eyewear case made from embossed apple leather – the first time this sustainable material has appeared in their collections.

Sunglasses model Dakhla – havana bordeaux with green gradient lens – available online at 320 euros

Asked to comment on the innovative new material, Luca Gnecchi Ruscone told Eyestylist, “We are very satisfied with the sustainable vegan material used for the case: we have received a lot of positive feedback from both opticians and consumers. This eco-sustainable material perfectly embodies the idea of handcrafted luxury that L.G.R wants to represent.” Confirming it will appear in future designs, he added, “In our company there is a great focus on the sustainability of the products used, and we are moving in that direction. We started with the case, but we are already working on the outer box and the cleaning cloth in order to achieve quality standards that respect environmental sustainability.”

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The L.G.R x Space for Giants Edition eyewear case is made from a sustainable vegan apple leather

The new exclusive collection has been launched for sale on the L.G.R website and in the brand’s stores in Florence, Milan and Rome with a donation of 20% of every purchase supporting Space for Giants’ campaign to save endangered animals.

About Space for Giants: Space for Giants is an international conservation organisation that protects Africa’s remaining natural ecosystems and the wildlife they contain while bringing major economic and social value to local communities and national governments. It uses science and best-practice to deliver conservation investment initiatives, to attract new funding to under- resourced protected areas. It works with national authorities to strengthen legal action to fight wildlife crime and protect animals in the wild. It uses technology it pioneered to reduce human- elephant conflict, and works with a wide range of individuals including African presidents, thought- leaders, academics, journalists, celebrities and philanthropists to bring new supporters to its cause. It is headquartered in Kenya, works in ten countries in Africa, and is registered as a charity in the UK and a 501c3 non-profit in the US. Learn more at www.spaceforgiants.org and find the Limited Edition online at www.lgrworld.com. A feature By Eyestylist / Clodagh Norton – All Rights Reserved