We pick out some of our favourite sunglasses for the Summer season and take a look at some of the iconic faces that have pioneered the frame styles. Check them out below and shop our full sunglasses range to the right.
Featuring beautifully sculpted round lenses, the Miltzen 46 is a great frame for slightly rounder faces. First introduced in the 1930's and named after a Moscot family uncle, they have been adorned by many revolutionary faces including Andy Warhol, John Lennon and Ghandi.
The first shape that started Super. Their most basic frame, but what it lacks in unneccessary detailing it makes up for in sheer class and effortless style, no more so than in a matte black finish. Made famous by Jack Nicholson amongst countless others.
More of a classic Wayfarer shape, the Super People has a slimmer build and a sleeker finish than some of its contemporaries. With a slightly thinner bridge it is a perfect frame for a sharper face. A real frame of choice among celebrities, from Bob Dylan to the Blues Brothers to John F. Kennedy.
With a chunky frame and wide arms, it's no surprise this style was popular in the world of 90's Hip Hop, championed none more so than by The Notorious B.I.G. The stunning gold detailing on the sides and hinges of the glasses are reminiscent of high end branding, with a new age Occult twist.
The Super Giaguaro are a nod to American Military issue flight glasses, as famously sported by Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver. Updated with round lenses in a matte black finish, the distinctive exposed metal framework across the top remains. Classic.