Waiting for the Sun 'LA Une' Sunglasses are Artistically Whittled

By: Amelia Roblin - Mar 3, 2011
References: moustachemadrid.bigcartel & freshnessmag
Taking the form of one of the most popular styles of sunglasses, Waiting for the Sun 'LA Une' shades do differ from their competition. The solar-softening spectacles are the result of a crafty collaboration with artist Parra and associated Rockwell.

Made of bamboo, these sunnies take the look of classic Ray-Bans, with metal detailing in the corners and oblong oval specs. Pairs come in a variety of colors including a sandy red, mustard yellow and an aqueous turquoise with midnight-hued lenses.

Taking on a cartoony form, the hipster frames boast serious 100% UV protection. Waiting for the Sun 'LA Une' sunglasses even come with a matching scarf, imprinted with graphic textile design by the same artist. Look out for these limited edition shades on Moustach Madrid, and hopefully we'll see them in stores soon.