Sea2see: new-season collection presented in photographic project

The B Corp certified ‘seastainable’ eyewear brand has featured their latest frames in a photo project in Morocco by Edouard Valette – the shoot is the first in a special  photographic series where Sea2see highlights the fragile beauty of the coastal environment in an artistic and yet poignant reminder of the climate emergency

The shoot took place in and around the fishing village of Taghazout on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, an extraordinarily eye-catching location, and presents a reminder of the natural fragile beauty of the coastline and sea in this particular region. For Sea2see, these vistas have a symbolism that goes beyond fashion, representing “our responsibility towards nature and its very survival across the world”.

Capturing a mood of exploration in this extraordinary scenery, the Belgian stylist, Lisa Lapauw creates a feeling that is at once creative and colourful, with a fresh and distinctive apparel style that also highlights upcycled, pre-used items and discarded plastics from the beach – in line with the Sea2see eyewear collection which is “seastainable” and recycled from marine plastic and waste.  Above and below: images from Sea2see’s 2023 photographic project in Morocco – shot by international photographer and filmmaker, Edouard Valette, ( A team of internationally famous models and local faces were featured in the images, including Ansar Elyacoubi, Sahal Elhaissan, Kaltoum, Siham and Mohamed Youno.

“These images are full of symbolism, reflecting our deep conviction in circularity, environmental action and the need for widespread material re-use,” said François van den Abeele, Founder of Sea2see. “Travelling to various fishing villages and coastal environments, the scenes express the essence, extraordinary colours and reality of the coastal and fishing environment, the unique biodiversity in the sea… whilst the models wear the fishing nets, plastic bottles, fishhooks and buoys…symbolic of what is discarded on beaches, polluting these spectacular natural shores…”

Sea2see eyewear: model Panarea is one of the bold oversized frames in the collection

Model Panarea – produced in 100% marine plastic, has a large eye-catching silhouette – and represents one of the fashion-oriented designs in the 2023 collection, offered in timeless tones of black, Havana blue and graduated burgundy (pictured in image below).

All the eyewear featured in the imagery is part of Sea2see’s current “seastainable” ophthalmic and sunglasses collection 2023. Find out more at