By Jimmy Kontomanolis for Linda Farrow | February 25, 2019 | Style & Beauty
For nearly 50 years, Linda Farrow has pioneered eyewear trends for the most stylish trendsetters. And with the spring/summer 2019 collection, the brand brings the neon lights of Hong Kong and the fun and glamour of the 70s to Miami’s fashionistas.
Here, we share four eyewear trends inspired by Linda Farrow's lates collection that will keep you ahead of the style pack for the upcoming Miami summer.
Linda Farrow 871 C2 Cat Eye Sunglasses, Linda Farrow, Bal Harbour Shops ($580)
These cat eye sunglasses are crafted from Italian acetate that are polished by hand, with detailing that adds an extra touch of luxe. Oversized and available in rich color palettes, these statement-making frames have just the right amount of nostalgic 70s glamour.
Linda Farrow 847 C6 Oversized Sunglasses, Linda Farrow, Bal Harbour Shops ($825)
Effortlessly chic, these frames are crafted from 18 to 22 carat rose, yellow or white gold-plated lightweight titanium for a rich and sophisticated look. With the frame cut away at the top to reveal the gradient lenses, the frames make a subtle, but daring, statement.
Linda Farrow 855 C5 Des Voeux Cat Eye Sunglasses, Linda Farrow, Bal Harbour Shops ($945)
How do you take your eyewear to the next level? Linda Farrow’s hyper feminine silhouettes are accented with unique stained glass corners that emanate a subtle and colorful sense of luxury, sure to turn heads in Miami Beach.
Linda Farrow 3 C2 Fine Chains, Linda Farrow, Bal Harbour Shops ($260)
Chains are a classic eyewear accessory, but you don’t have to look or feel like a librarian to wear them. Linda Farrow’s stylish chains feature adjustable rubber hooks that allow the chain to be paired with any of the brand’s titanium or acetate frames. Available in various styles, the chains are finished with a drop pendant bearing the ever-chic LF initials.
Help set the trends this summer at Linda Farrow at Bal Harbour Shops. 9700 Collins Ave, 305-864-8221, us.lindafarrow.com
Photography by: Photography courtesy of Linda Farrow