May 18, 2011

Trend Inspiration: Cat Eyes Sunglasses!



Bring back the vintage style of the timeless cat eye sunglasses! The ultrafemminine cat’s-eye design is nothing new to the fashion world as it lends a retro ’60s look. It all started from Prada fall 2010 runway where Miuccia put colorful cat eye sunglasses on model’s noses.
As for spring summer 2011, fashion bands including Christain Dioe, Jeremy Scott, House of Harlow, Ray Ban and Calvin Klein are bringing retro back. Also, Tom Ford’s Eyewear ad campaign featured Abbey Lee Kershaw wearing a number of chic on-trend cat-eye sunglasses.




Mackaste naocare iz '60-ih se ove sezone vracaju na velika vrata!

Sve je pocelo, kako uvek i biva u svetu mode, sa Pradinom revijom za jesen 2010, tj. trenutkom kada je Miuccia manekenkama stavila sarene mackaste naocare i kao takve ih poslaal na pistu:)
Inace, Miuccia se smatra pravom vizionarkom u svetu mode, pa kada ona nesto kaze ili uradi, to niko ne dovodi u pitanje i onaj ko je pamet ide tim putem! Tako da, za prolece leto imamo citav pregrst mackastih naocara sa potpisom Diora, House of Harlow, Ray Bana, Calvin Kleina i ostalih... Takodje u novoj kampanji Toma Forda Abbey Lee Kershaw nosi mackaste naocare... 
Ovaj trend su vec prihvatile Kate Moss, Olivia Palemo i mnogo street style fashioniste, a i ja planiram da ga usvojim:)

Kako se vama cini ovaj trend?




Tom Ford Ad campaign

Dior SS 2011



Prada FW2010




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