Must-Have – Roberto Cavalli “Wild Diva” Special Edition Wacky Sunglasses
With slightly kooky, eccentric, even wacky sunglasses all the rage, Roberto Cavalli’s limited edition Spring 2012 sunglasses bring a whole new meaning to the term ‘oversized.’
While placing a heavy emphasis on the browline with a retro minded shape tricked out with juxtaposing skins in ultra rich, deluxe hues, these designer glasses certainly are statement-making.
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‘An earthly paradise populated by creatures of fantasy…the Eden of femininity…my creativity is expressed through clothes which make the Cavalli woman a sensual and mysterious being.’ - Roberto Cavalli, on his latest over-the-top frames.
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In their words:
‘Roberto Cavalli and Marcolin present a Special Edition Sunglasses Collection for the Fall/Winter 2012-13 women’s fashion show.
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The alluring Wild Diva model is a celebration of woman and pays homage to her femininity. An iconic, glamorous, savage model with a unique look whose audacious shape and surprising colors make it very daring; these sunglasses are for women who want to be noticed.
Skilfully crafted on the front for a second skin effect, it expresses an impetuous temperament through bold lines and strong traits, underscored by a crocodile/ostrich/shagreen print.
Bold chromatic contrasts, from the winter colours that swing from black tobacco to purple and back, to the stronger and more extreme pink, violet, yellow and acid green colours, all with matching or contrasting shaded lenses to add emphasis to the fashion essence of these sunglasses.’Published on April 23, 2012
Naveed Hussain, stylist and fashion editor, has a BA in art history and extensive knowledge in the history of fashion and social media outreach. Naveed also covers fashion, music and art and was assistant to the owner & editor at VagabondNyc, where he also contributed to FocusOnStyle. Naveed has unlimited access to current and future fashion news & trends. He has worked as a buyer and has styled for The Dallas Morning News, The Chicago Tribune, and The New York Times.