Moncler Lunettes Take Inspiration from 1950s Ski Slopes

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Oct 2, 2014 • References: eng.moncler & coolhunting
The Moncler Lunettes channel inspiration from St. Moritz in the 1950s, serving as a simple, stylish and luxurious frames for both men and women. Although it's easy to imagine wearing the designs on the slopes, they're just as suitable for daily wear on the streets. The line includes 12 eyeglasses and 14 different pairs of sunglasses, made from metal that is surprisingly durable, yet lightweight.

Although these stylish sunglasses source inspiration from the past, the styles are simple, timeless and would be at home in any era. Some of the most striking frames from the collection are the shapely ones name 'Miage,' which feature a colorful rounded shape that's almost reminiscent of a pair of protective ski goggles. Stats for Sporty Unisex Sunglasses Trending: Older & Mild
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