Check out the House of Holland Parade Glasses

The designer wagered on the nostalgic mood of the 1970s and 1980s to create stylish looks with vibrantly colored clothing and accessories, where the waistline and wide belts bring out the femininity of daring girls.

The designer wagered on the nostalgic mood of the 1970s and 1980s to create stylish looks with vibrantly colored clothing and accessories, where the waistline and wide belts bring out the femininity of daring girls.
The fun at the time of compose the look was the rhythm of the fashion show at London Fashion Week, whose inspiration came from the theme “Nana Rave” (Grandma on Rave), that is, the idea of ​​a girl who, without time to lose, Looked in her grandmother’s closet for those classic 1970s outfits to make fun and bold looks to fall into the party. The nostalgic atmosphere can be seen even in the accessories, like the catlike type glasses, however repaginados, with structure of metal and acetate, full of details in Byzantine mosaics.
Speaking of sunglasses, it’s not the case today that designer accessories make a hit with celebrities and ‘it girls’ all over the world. An example of this is Rihanna’s frequent looks using House of Holland’s kitten glasses, especially the Cage Fighters model, in a gilded frame with details inspired by Byzantine mosaics.
Who also bets on this model is the singer Rita Ora, an icon of style of the present time, that came to be part of campaigns of the brand. Other models well-known for the fashion world are the ‘Dot’ and the ‘On a Promisse’, both of round frame, but with details in poás or phrases of effect.
During London Fashion Week, however, new trends in the brand appear, promising to rock the next season with even more elaborate and colorful kitten glasses, true must have of those who love to walk in fashion with irreverence and daring. The brand’s launches are expected to hit the shelves of the best stores soon. So it’s good to be careful to be one of the first to rake in the visual!