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  • Andrew McClean


New styles from Berluti, Celine, Loewe, Kenzo and Fred have been launched

Thélios has launched the first eyewear collection from its collaboration with menswear brand Berluti, as well as autumn/winter collections from Celine, Loewe, Kenzo and Fred. The six sunglasses in the Berluti range are inspired by the fashion house’s signature look of coloured leather, with red, yellow, blue and green hues used. Styles include ‘Halo’ (pictured), which is a round, acetate frame that features decorated hinges and a branded metal place. Lenses are available in rainbow-effect colour combinations. Models in the Celine collection include ‘CL40095,’ which is a small cat’s eye-shaped frame that is available in bold colour options with a silver lens. Loewe explained that its collection of sunglasses features unusual and oversized shapes that are inspired by the creations of designer Jonathan Anderson. The acetate ‘LW40026’ frame has a mask shape and bi-colour palette with the lettering logo on the side and anagram on the tip. Kenzo’s autumn/winter collection is inspired by the Chinese-Peruvian heritage of creative director, Humberto Leon. The company explained that the range includes “ethnic styles and vibrant colours” mixed with Parisian sophistication. Styles include ‘KZ40021,’ which is a rectangular, acetate frame available in crystal pinkish or Havana rose colour options. It has been designed to be worn for all occasions.

A total of five new Fred styles are inspired by sailing, marine cables and the Mediterranean Sea, which the company explained reflects the roots of the fashion brand. Sunglasses include ‘FG40014,’ which is a round shaped frame with a shiny gold front and pink or blue lenses to provide a unisex option.

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