Like A G6 With The Jimmy Choo Luisa Aviator Sunglasses
If you were to research baby names, you’d find that Luisa means “famous in war” — which might explain why it was the moniker selected for the latest Jimmy Choo eyewear style. The Jimmy Choo Luisa sunglasses nod to the aviator style popularized by 1970s style icons like Bianca Jagger, Carly Simon and even Stevie Nicks, with rounded, teardrop-shaped, gradient lenses.
The black frames were constructed using Optyl, a feather-light plastic material, and were accented with logo-engraved metal strips along the bridge bar and the temples. Crystal stones encrusted in the temples’ metal bars, meanwhile, add the element of luxury that any Jimmy Choo design necessitates.
Available in matte black, matte white, glistening gold, and metallic silver, the Jimmy Choo Luisa Aviator Sunglasses, retailing for $365, come in an elegant faux crocodile case featuring an envelope-like top flap and a gold-toned, oval metal closure.
Look out for the Luisa shades to hit Jimmy Choo boutiques and Solstice Sunglasses stores in December.