Winter eyewear: SALT. Optics

Colours of nature, elevated comfort and quality in browline glasses, cateyes and bold 1950s-look squares 

A relaxed style, personal yet elegant and on-trend – SALT. Optics highlights eyewear for the season – with a series of colours and combinations informed by nature in both tone and texture. Vintage-inspired shapes are key silhouettes – the brand has focused on browline frames, that combine materials, square shapes and simple, chic cateyes and semi-cateyes which are beautiful, laid-back and easy to wear. The colour palette includes variations of brushed copper, honey gold, black sand and redwood, hues that are lifted from the natural world…from forests and deserts, beaches and shores. Above: model Knox by SALT. Optics: pictured in redwood antique gold – the metal material has a brushed finish evoking natural textures of materials like stone or bark

Relaxed chic: Hillier by SALT. Optics – in toasted toffee

Model Hillier is already one of the most popular of the cat eye shapes in the SALT. Optics collection. The frame is available in tones of taupe, toasted toffee, black or antique rose.

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A modern take on a classic: Madison by SALT. Optics in copper brushed honey gold

Model Madison is inspired by mid-century eyewear, with a strong brow line at the top of the design and thin metal rim creating contrast in the lower section of the front.

All the featured styles can be worn as optical glasses or sunglasses, which come with polarised CR39 sun lenses. The collection is made in Japan and proposes high-class materials such as titanium and cellulose acetate. Find out more at