Biobased 2022 – Eco Eyewear

Eco Eyewear SS 2022

Eco Eyewear is adding eight new optical styles and three sunnies to the already-amazing collection!

Every style has lots of fun color choices, and of course, all the packaging is made from recycled and sustainable materials. And bonus! All styles are designed to fit their popular and innovative magnetic sun clip-ons, the coolest way to change your look in a snap!

The first new optical frame is Adelia, a feminine yet angular pair that looks great on everyone. A big personality requires frames like Mulberry. These stunning squares will have you looking luxe, and they’re even more eye-catching when you add their magnetic sun clip!

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Adelia-plus-clip

Jacaranda is a subtle style with a little extra. It’s got a detailed color at the temple for that oh-so-extra color pop. The pantos style Sycamore’s keyhole bridge adds a bit of old-school style to modern sustainable material.

Eco Jacaranda
Jacaranda

Try out a new look with Amy, a daring hexagonal design with standout colors like Pink Tortoise and Red gradients. You don’t have to search further than Morel for a go-to pair or classic frames, and Beech is a class-act rectangular frame that’s perfect for every day. Maybe even add a bit of retro flair with Grape and its flatter brow line!

Eco Jasmine
Jasmine

Eco has you covered this season with three new sun styles! Jasmine will get you noticed – these sunnies have polarized lenses in a stylish, butterfly-square package. What’s not to like? Miller is the sunglasses you’ll want to wear all day. And why not? Since they’re made with biobased material you’ll be making a great choice without sacrificing style. Want to have a classic look that’s just a bit edgy? Try Oak, the sunnies with a rectangular design and a flat brow line. Is an old favorite more your speed? You’re in luck: Idris, Eco’s bestselling biobased sunglasses, is being re-released in new colors!

Eco Miller
Miller

Check out the entire Eco Eyewear lineup on their website.

SILMO 2022 - The Optical Journal