World-renowned watchmaker Omega has reinforced that reputation, wooing its watch fans with a unique sunglasses collection.
This summer, the range has grown with 23 new styles for men and women, drawing on the brand’s famous timepiece designs for inspiration.
In partnership with the Italian eyewear company Marcolin, Omega says its Sunglasses are notable for their fine materials and handcrafted attention to detail.
The latest styles in the women’s range are deeply inspired by the Constellation timepiece line. The designs borrow familiar details such as the “claws”, which traditionally grip around the sides of the Constellation case, as well as the watch’s circular bezel, represented in the sunglasses by metal rings in the temples.
Three distinctive shapes have been added to the women’s line, including a soft pilot metal shape with a double bridge; a cat-eye acetate frame embellished with metal profiles on the front; and a square-shaped acetate frame.
A wide choice of colours and lenses are available for each style.
In the men’s collection, Omega stays true to its history of technical quality meaning each pair is enhanced with its own unique details, such as aluminium inserts, contrasting colours, or milled-effect temples.
Three new shapes are available for gents, including a rectangular geometric design with a lightweight metal structure; a classically inspired panto design; and a fierce pilot design with aluminium frame, double bridge and clean-cut geometries.
Also included is an updated pilot style defined by customized milling of the metal rims.
Again, all styles are offered in a variety of colours and lenses.