Sustainable sunglasses to wear this summer!
Left: Sunglasses from Ace and Tate. Every time you buy a frame from them, you help a creative realise a self-initiated project. Read more here: The Ace & Tate Creative Fund. Jewelry, Thumandi’s private.
Right: Sunglasses from Modo Eco, a eyewear brand made of 95% recycled content, or 63% biobased material. And (!) a tree is planted for every frame sold.
Left: Sunglasses from Céline, a luxury brand that focuses on high quality and timeless pieces.
Right: Sunglasses from Carl Oaks. They create sunglasses out of wood and replace the material they use by planting one tree for each pair of sunglasses they sell.
Photography Pauline Suzor
Styling Mikaela Hållén
Model Thumandi de Lange
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