The Persol 714 is one of the most iconic sunglass styles in existence, largely due to the fact that they were a favourite of style icon Steve McQueen.
Now, the folding Italian-made Persol 714s have become even more tempting than ever thanks to the 714 Steve McQueen Special Edition with lenses that have been plated with 24K Gold. It features special packaging and exclusive gold-plated lenses in a Havana frame for a seriously high-end look The 714 sunglasses were the first-ever folding glasses with hinges at the bridge and on the temples. These packable shades were released in the 1960s and were based on Persol’s 649 style, a pilot shape with a keyhole bridge designed in 1957 for Turin tram drivers. Drop into Eyeballs to check out these amazing Persol limited sunglasses.
The Persol 714 is one of the most iconic sunglass styles in existence, largely due to the fact that they were a favourite of style icon Steve McQueen. Now, the folding Italian-made Persol 714s have become even more tempting than ever thanks to the 714 Steve McQueen Special Edition series of five new colourways, including one with lenses that have been plated with actual 24K gold. Iconic for decades, these sunglasses continue to define cool. In 1968, Steve Mcqueen donned a pair of Persol 714's for his role in The Thomas Crown Affair, and has been associated with the frames ever since. McQueen was so fond of the 714 model that he continued to wear them in his personal life, in addition to on film. The obvious standout in the new collection is the unique Limited Edition Persol 714SM, as it features special packaging and exclusive 24K Gold-plated lenses in a Havana frame for a seriously high-end look. Joining the new flagship in the lineup are four other new colour variants of the Persol 714SM: Light Havana (Terra di Siena) with light blue polarized lenses, Havana with green polarized lenses, Black with smoke gray polarized lenses, and a striking Honey (Miele) frame with gradient sky blue polarized lenses that were inspired by the first plane McQueen ever flew, a Honey-colored Boeing-Stearmen. Drop into Eyeballs in Sydney and check them out!
Just arrived in Sydney - the latest Dita Glasses and Sunglass collection began with an abstract concept proposed among members of the design team: The allure of the unknown. Definitely futuristic, minimal yet supremely beautiful. Drop by Eyeballs and check out the latest collection of Dita in Sydney.
Created in 2007, Barton Perreira is a unique brand of restrained glamour and meticulous design. Barton Perreira glasses are never mass-produced, unlike most eyewear companies that use machines to pump out hundreds of thousands of identical frames. Instead, Barton Perreira’s eyewear is handmade by skilled artisans and produced in limited quantities, making each piece as exclusive and unique as the wearer. Designed in-house and built from the ground up, every frame from Barton Perreira is a work of art.
The Anne et Valentin design philosophy today remains true to its humble beginnings. These beautiful frames are exclusively now at Eyeballs Eyewear Sydney Anne et Valentin frames are inspired by the designers' desire to create for others what they would wish to wear themselves. Anne et Valentin remains handcrafted in the Jura region of France, and uses titanium produced in Japan. The French specialize in acetate, while the Japanese produce the highest quality titanium in the world. Come have a look at yourselves. You will be beautifully surprised.
Ahlem Manai-Platt, who worked at Acne and Miu Miu before launching her label, Ahlem, now has her own totally distinctive eyewear style. Available in Sydney - Ahlem has become one of our absolute favourite brands. Ahlem frames are full of personality but quietly sophisticated. All the eyewear are designed to fit people, and enhance one's true self without making them look as though they're trying too hard. Drop into Eyeballs and check out Ahlem's latest sunglasses.