Acne Studios has introduced its very first full eyewear collection and it is everything. 

The collection features seven styles, all of which are nisex and handmade in France.

Acne Studios' Creative director Johnny Johansson reveals, “I wanted to introduce new styles. And refine our previous designs, to create Acne Studios Eyewear." 

Taking inspiration from the pilot shape aviator, the iconic oval and the ‘futuristic’ mask style, while also innovating previous Acne designs, the full range satisfies the likes of all shade enthusiasts. Whether you’re into a matte or textured finish, tortoise shell pattern or mirrored reflective, Acne delivers an abundance of colours and contrasting materials with loads of different colour/lens combos.

Complete with anti-reflective and UV protective lenses the full collection is now available in Acne stores world wide and online.

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