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DON’T LOOK BACK
➤ It’s summer — there’s no time for regrets. Ondria Hardin, the face of JIMMY CHOO’s latest campaign, wears model Cindy, here in transparent dove gray. The frame’s butterfly silhouette takes cues from the designer’s sandals, with shaded or mirrored lenses. See a video clip from the Mojave Desert photo shoot at invmag.us/cindy. safilo.com
SOAK IT UP
➤ Retro cat’s-eye glamour and trios of chrome embellishments on the temples make the Malibu Sun (model 8523) from SERAPHIN an inspired choice for summer fun. Available in black, Osaka blonde tortoise and dark tortoise. ogieyewear.com
➤ Model Leah (DVF596S) from DVF EYEWEAR has a bold modified square shape and metal stud accents on the temples for a playful yet glamorous look. Available in cosmic cobalt (seen here), black, soft tortoise and emerald. marchon.com
➤ Utterly luxurious and for a good cause, too, the deCODE:Los Angeles collection from SAMA EYEWEAR reflects the city’s glamour with a touch of attitude. A portion of proceeds go to the Sam Vance Foundation, named in honor of designer Sheila Vance’s son, who died of a drug overdose at 19. Seen here: model No Smoking. samaeyewear.net
KEEP IT SIMPLE
➤ From LIGHTEC, model 2826S (here in dark blue) is the latest manifestation of the Alpha 32 screwless, springless hinge concept for men. New eye shapes in both acetate and semi-rimless looks merge into double-layered handcrafted acetate temples accented with a stainless steel piece. morel-france.com
➤ Inspired by the Italian concept of “sprezzatura,” HELIUM aims for this art of effortless style in a new collection of eight men’s models in metal and Mazzucchelli acetate. Seen here: Model 4274. matcheeyewear.com
ART AND COLOR
➤ From LINEART CHARMANT, model XL2068 features a line of delicate Swarovski stones along the rim’s outer edges and another set complementing the intricate temples. Colorful acetate temple tips add to the sophisticated styling. In violet (shown), brown or rose gold. charmant.com
This article originally appeared in the July-August 2015 edition of INVISION.