If you’re looking for a cool new pair of shades, The Arrivals has you covered. Literally.
From the very beginning, the marriage of form and function has been the driving philosophy at The Arrivals, the direct-to-consumer outerwear and technical wear brand that stormed the fashion world six years ago. Whether its the incredibly popular Moya leather shearling jackets, or simple tees and hoodies—even socks!—the brand has succeeded in fusing quality of materials with a sleek, modern style that can easily take you from the mountains to the street. And now, it has taken that successful form-meets-function approach to the world of eyewear.
Debuting today: a new capsule eyewear collection featuring two stylish unisex silhouettes perfect for those sun-drenched summer days. The Zonne, a modern take on the classic Wayfarer, and the Turbo, a contemporary cat-eye shaped silhouette, boast hand-cut and polished acetate frames with solid stainless-steel cores, rubberized ear hooks, and Zero-Base UV 400 protective lenses. Both are available in three low-key colorways: smoke (gray), vapor (clear), and space (black).
Designed locally in New York, the collection builds on the brand’s platform of combining material innovation, technical performance, and sleek styling, and takes its aesthetic inspiration from the extremes of the outdoors. It’s a classic-meets-modern approach that gives you something fresh, but without straying into weird or experimental. Basically, if you’re looking to break out of your eyewear rut, but don’t need to go full Elton John, these are your frames.
Retailing for $185, the capsule collection will be available starting today at thearrivals.com.
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