Travel The Globe In Style With RIMOWA’s Aviation-Inspired Sunglasses

Jun 29, 2020

Category: Style

As one of the most lauded and sought-after luggage manufacturers of the last century, RIMOWA certainly knows a thing or two about travel. And while they’ve only dabbled outside of crafting carry-ons and rolling bags, they’ve just launched a brand-new offshoot that suits the brand quite well: RIMOWA Eyewear.

Launching on July 9th, this new venture starts with a duo of sunglass styles — called Bridge and Rim — inspired directly by the world of aviation and made for travel. Available in a “variety of vibrant colours,” the shades hinge on ultralight frames, timeless silhouettes, and they were made to match some of the brand’s iconic pieces of luggage. They’ll also be launching a third style of glasses, called RIMOWA Air, made to house prescription lenses. Pricing starts at $260 and goes up to $350 — depending on the style of sunglasses you choose.

Purchase: $260+

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