All eyes are on this line-up of frames adorned with Swarovski crystals.
Specsavers was founded by Doug and Mary Perkins in 1983 from the ping-pong table in their spare room. Since then, the brand has become a global business offering best-value optometry, audiology and other healthcare services for its customers—but is perhaps best known for its eyewear, and the strapline ‘Should’ve gone to Specsavers’.
This season, the brand has created a limited-edition collection, with Australian designer Alex Perry, of glasses and shades adorned with Swarovski studs. Styles include a tortoiseshell cat-eye design, which features Xilion Square Fancy Stones across the metal temples, rectangular black frames that shine with golden Xilion Chatons and another black pair which has golden stones set upon striking green metal as embellishment.
The sunglasses are also guaranteed to make a statement with Double-Pointed Chatons against a glossy acetate background, and an oversized design that features a delicate floral-inspired crystal embellishment.
The collection is a striking combination of Swarovski innovation with Alex Perry’s luxuriously elegant aesthetic.