Contemporary Italian design, manufactured the ‘old-fashioned’ way
The new styles at Essedue, the Italian label, evoke a mood of the season, with large, bold sunglass shapes that provide full coverage and trendy, dramatic design. Above: model wears matt black sunglasses (Gladiator) with dark lenses – hiding the eyes for an air of intrigue
For those who love sculptural, angular styles right now, model Wrangler has the signature feel of an Essedue sunglass…a powerful cat eye shape with wide rim has the indented decorative feature on either side to add extra spice to the feel of the shape.
Multi-sided shapes are a huge trend for the next months and the larger the better in the sunglasses category! The Commander by Essedue is available in three different colorways of black, tortoise and Havana, with a contrasting temple tone and coordinating smokey lens.
About Essedue: the brand is based in Italy and all its frames are produced in its own factory in Irpinia near Naples using the traditional techniques and artisan expertise of Italian craftsmen and women. Essedue was created out of a family experience of three generations in the eyewear business of which Stefano Scauzillo has been the heir since 2012. Born in an optician’s shop, he continued his studies and apprenticeship in the eyewear sector until he fulfilled his dream of making eyewear in his own unique factory where acetate frames are a particular specialism. For more details about Essedue’s Made in Italy collection visit www.esseduesunglasses.com This feature was written by Clodagh Norton for Eyestylist.com – all rights reserved.