70s anyday: Vippvedel by EOE Eyewear

Step out with a bold and hippiesque style

Named after a rare flower, this new-season, attention-grabbing aviator is ideal as optical or sun style, a distinctive and expressive version of the classic shape with a unique bridge – the opening is symbolic of the shape of the rare alpine plant. Above: an on-trend look for the winter season, which welcomes eclectic influences from many different decades, including the 1970s

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Vippvedel is the name of a rare flower growing in the mountains from Härjedalen to the northernmost part of Sweden

Model Vippvedel is part of the Carved collection at sustainable design company EOE Eyewear, a line inspired by craftsmanship and classic Northern carving techniques. The effect gives a beautiful, geometric and sharp expression which for this frame is the essence of the look – a move away from the classical more rounded pilot shape. In a palette rooted in natural organic hues inspired by the terrains of Swedish Lapland, the frame comes in three colours of Northern black honey, Rosehip light bark, and Honey northern black. The sunglass versions have beautiful delicate orange gradient, gold gradient or Northern black gradient (pictured) lenses. Find out more at www.eoe-eyewear.com