Balenciaga's New Eye-wear For Fall/Winter 2014-15

The collection celebrates the characteristic elegance and unmistakable femininity of the brand


Balenciaga has unveiled its new collection of eye-wear for Fall/Winter 2014-15 using a perfect combination of retro inspirations and futuristic allusions. The eye-wear blends sophisticated, architectural lines with a soul of fashion.

In each pair, you would be delighted to find workmanship of impeccable quality that’s skilfully matched with the creative spirit which Balenciaga is famous for. And indeed, the new collection celebrates the characteristic elegance and unmistakable femininity of Balenciaga.

The Collection


The smart BA5004 eyeglasses with a round shape are a perfect mix of tradition and innovation as seen in the design of the acetate frames. The graceful temples are enhanced with the elegant metal ‘‘B’’ logo that overlaps with the front.

A soft, round design with a vintage style underscored by the keyhole bridge and an expression of timeless elegance is what you would find in the BA5008 model. The temples pick up the ‘torchon’ pattern – one of the house’s iconic elements – where the Balenciaga monogram is finely prominent.

The soft, cat eye or square frame shapes of the BA5010 and BA5011  eye-wear feature a strong vintage inspiration and sophisticated workmanship on the surfaces. The elegance of the fine design is stressed by the wide volumes and colour contrasts between the front and temples, for that daring effect.


The BA5012 eyeglasses with bold volumes articulate an androgynous appeal. The strong personality is defined by the square, acetate shape. Brand new colours vitalise the frames, defining their avant-garde spirit.

Plays of lines and harmonious passages of light accentuate the BA5013 with its acetate, cat eye-shaped front. The design experiments with sensual volumes, alternating strong proportions with graceful lines. This creates a perfect balance between the iconic heritage of the house and contemporary accents, presented in exclusive colors and manufacturing details.


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