THROUGH THE LENS OF FESTIVAL SPECS
A LOOK AT THE TIMELESS AND FUN SUNGLASSES BY THE 70S INSPIRED LONDON BRAND
Photography by Marco Barbaro
Inspired by the iconic decade of the 70s, Festival Specs are a glamorous mix of fun, flare and functionality. They’re combining the rock-n-roll spirit of both Woodstock and Glastonbury to bring us their take on fashion sunglasses.
Seen on the catwalks in London supporting emerging talents like Zekaryas Solomon, or the Central St Martins Fashion Design Show, to Rio Fashion Week, these sunglasses are going to become a must-have for the forthcoming spring/summer 2014 season.
Festival goers and stylists alike are already very fond of them – they’ve been seen in campaigns by Sibling and in editorials of several magazines such as Vogue, The New York Post, Glamour, and Betty Magazine just to name a few.
They come in a nice little set, complete with frames and six pairs of round coloured interchangeable lenses, all fitting into their own case for a steal of just £25.
You can find Festival Specs on their stall amongst the artisans and designers at London’s Spitalfields, the Backyard Brick Lane, Portobello and Greenwich markets.
The frame and lens shape is timeless and always on trend, so it'll give your look the right attitude needed to walk the streets of any city in style.
Looking through coloured lenses often feels like it could be easier to find a path and follow it, balancing like an urban acrobat, discover the magic of light. Whatever your outfit, your mood, your style, you’ll find the right lens to suit.