Jeremy Scott is a real Sharp Shooter when it comes to taking iconic brands such as McDonald’s and Barbie and integrating them into his designer collaborations with high end brands such as Moschino. Scott does it again with his ‘Arab Spring’ sunglasses project with renowned eyewear brand Linda Farrow. This antithetic collection is certainly another drop in the bucket of his curriculum vitae of designs. Inspired by military weaponry, this troop of shades will command your utmost attention.
The oversized protection ‘Army’ sunglasses, boast an ombré purple lenses that complement the green and grey fatigue printed frames. The pièce de résistance of these straight top lenses is the original gun shaped temples. The glasses are finished with the ‘Jeremy Scott’ and ‘Linda Farrow Projects’ logos, printed on the inverted side of the temple.
Maintain your active duty trendsetter status with the various array of options available in this high ranking style of sunglasses, which include both camo-prints and solid shades. As with most of Jeremy Scott’s creations, there is likely a Major underlying social comment being made with the inception of these militant inspired frames. For now, there is one truth that we can handle: There is no denying these sunnies have won the war against basic eyewear.