One of the highlights from Super’s new Summer 2019 collection, we present the SACRO.
The Super Sacro is a unique blend of old-school style and modern design. The silhouette is characterized by its rectangular shape, beveled edges, and substantial chunky acetate. It is available as either sunglass or an Eyegoodies exclusive optical, and comes in classic shiny black, as well as Dark Havana.
Also worth noting, the Sacro comes complete with a black Italian leather Super “Snap” carrying case.
A limited Custom Project brought to you by Eyegoodies Lab, we are proud to present: BLACK ICE.
This Eyegoodies Custom Project uses some of the most technically advanced lenses on the planet: Black polarized lenses, made by the world-renowned Japanese lens maker Nikon. The lenses are then finished with a custom multilayer Black Ice mirror to provide the sharpest visual acuity in even the harshest conditions.
The Polarized Black Ice Mirror lenses are edged in house to our exacting standards into three of our favorite frames, creating this exclusive custom pack. Each frame was specifically chosen for its distinct aesthetic.
Be warned, each style in this Custom Project has limited availability, so once sold out that’s it.
Without further delay, check them out below:
Black on Black on Black.
A limited edition released nearly a decade ago for Paul Smith’s Runway and instantly sold out. We kept some pairs in the Eyegoodies Vault for a special occasion such as this.
Perfect whether you’re exploring city streets or mountain peaks, the Alrick is a flawlessly executed and substantial piece of eyewear. Handmade in Italy, the perfectly proportioned matte black-on-black frame features black Italian leather side-shields at the temples, as well as an Italian black leather cover over its double-bridge. It is then elevated with custom Polarized Black Ice Mirror lenses.
A frame that needs little introduction, the Persol 714 is one of the most iconic sunglasses ever produced. The pioneering foldable frame was made legendary by the “King of Cool”, the late Steve McQueen. The 714SM (Steve McQueen) limited edition, was a special release by Persol to pay tribute.
There are a couple key and cool distinctions between the 714 and the limited 714SM, most notably: the 1960’s era inwards folding hinges which showcase the signature Persol double arrow on the temples.
We couldn’t think of a better backdrop for this Eyegoodies Custom Project. We took the versatile all black frames, and brought them into the 21st century with our Polarized custom Black Ice Mirror lenses.
The Super Numero 47 is a cutting-edge contemporary aviator. Extremely light weight, the model features continuous clean lines with sleek cutouts. We love the color combo of pairing this modern gold frame with our Polarized Custom Black ice mirrors.
Randolph Engineering Aviator sunglasses in Captain Marvel — sunglasses fit for even superheroes.
In Marvel’s latest blockbuster release Captain Marvel, we couldn’t help but notice the iconic Randolph Engineering Aviator sunglasses worn by Academy Award winning actress Brie Larson.
In the film Larson plays Carol Denvers, a character from Marvel Comics dating back to 1977. The story centers on Denvers, a member of the United States Air Force, who becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races.
In the film Denvers (Brie Larson) wears Randolph Engineering’s flagship and signature Aviator sunglasses in the 24kt Gold colorway with Grey Polarized lenses.
Originally built for the U.S. Military, Randolph Engineering Aviator sunglasses are equal parts style to substance – form and function at its best. Distinctive Features include bayonet temples that are designed to comfortably contour the wearer’s head, as well as glass polarized lenses with interior AR coating, to eliminate glare from both in front and behind, providing crystal clear optics in any situation.
After watching the FX series Mayans M.C., we couldn’t help but notice the sunglasses of the character Ezekiel ‘EZ’ Reyes, played by actor JD Pardo. The classically badass shades are the Oliver Goldsmith Glyn (1971) in the “Matte Wakame” colorway. According to Pardo, he wanted something with equal parts “class and style for EZ” that gave off vibes of the iconic frames worn by Paul Newman.
The Oliver Goldsmith Glyn is a well-fitting plastic aviator that is a perfect embodiment of the decade. Handmade of the finest Italian acetate, it features a unique cut-out at the bridge, 5-barrel hinges for strength and durability, and real hand drilled riveted hinges with exposed circular pins.
Just in the nick of time, we present Super’s new Holiday/Winter 2018 collection. This season draws inspiration from timeless design and a seasonal color palette to create unique frames that are equal parts classic and contemporary.
The new line-up of frames is all about the tint. Lens hues of Bordeaux, Turquoise, and “Mustard Seed”, light up an array of Super’s most iconic shapes: Ciccio, Flat Top, Drew, and Drew Mama. Additionally we see a few new styles in the mix, such as the Noto, a geometric modern take on classic rounded frames. As well as the contemporary and clean Numero 47 optical frame.
Without further delay, checkout all the new additions below:
One of the most memorable frames in sunglass history, an Icon re-released!
The Oliver Goldsmith Yuhu was originally made for Audrey Hepburn in 1966 for the movie “Two for the Road”. Hepburn famously wore it in white but also more subtly in black, during the film.
Featured on the movie poster and heavily in fashion press throughout the mid 60’s rocketed this frame into iconic status.
Now after several decades and many requests Oliver Goldsmith has re-released the YUHU. A true to form down to every last rivet, this is a showstopper if ever there was one. Worth noting each frame comes complete with a luxe leather snap case specially made for the release.
Available in 3 colorways: White, Black, and Red. Check them out below:
For Summer 2018 SUPER captures the iconic aesthetics of the 90’s and interprets them with their signature contemporary style. The collection boasts fresh new colorways, as well as completely new sunglass and optical frames with clean architectural lines. Some of our favorites include the new SMILE and FRED models which feature a streamlined design in a more form fitting proportion giving a distinctive yet classic feel.
Without further delay, checkout all the new additions below:
Super’s Smile sunglass features a low profile and a straight upper line. It is offered here in all black Italian acetate with matching black lenses.
Super and the “Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts” continue their partnership with some new limited colorways of their aptly named “The Iconic” sunglass: “Cheetah” paired with light blue glass lenses, and “3267 Green” (dark havana paired with bottle green glass lenses).
Super Fred is a unisex silhouette inspired by 1990’s street style interpreted with a raw contemporary sensibility. The model is characterized by a sculptural profile with its sharp angular lines; features include paddle style temples made to comfortably contour the wearer’s head. Available in classic black, as well as a dark havana with old-school bottle green glass lenses.