No matter where you live: sunglasses are a necessary part of every man’s wardrobe. And its market in recent years has taken off, with a growing number of handcrafted brands that produce frames and lenses made according to the highest standard.
Among them there is Labe. Its story begins with the creation of glasses in wood and then evolves into glasses in recycled plastic, always relying on the tradition of its optical laboratory and on the values of eco-sustainability. That is why the choice of a material such as recycled plastic. In developing the new line in plastic, glasses fitted exclusively UVA, UVB and ISO 9001CE filters that are produced and processed in Italy in accordance with the standards to provide the right protection. Currently the range of glasses is divided into the lines Wood, Plastic and Metal, that intersect with over 40 solar filters to provide 200 possible combinations.
In the Plastic line there is Berlin, the model that I wear in the images from this post. The glasses is inspired by the design of the 60s with a modern approach, removing the bridge between the two lenses and replacing it with a pole top, typical of aviator glasses. The lenses instead are equipped with filters in silver.
To buy the sunglasses you can see the listed vendors or buy them directly on the site www.labeocchiali.com
photo by Giacinto Mozzetta