Guess Presents Spring/Summer 2016 Eyewear Collection

The collection captures the varied shapes and edgy combination

The new GUESS eyewear collection for Spring/Summer 2016 offers a dynamic mix of timeless, bold and trend forward sunglasses and optical frames, both for men and women. The collection captures the DNA of the GUESS brand with varied shapes and edgy combinations that are delivered in modern silhouettes. Metal gu7401_87c_04embellishments and mixed finishes add depth to these enticing styles that coordinate perfectly with today’s everyday essentials.

Among the many sunglasses the crocodile-embossed effect accentuates the top portion and temples of sunglass style GU 7401, creating a striking textural pattern that’s dramatic, yet trendy. A GUESS “G” logo décor highlights each temple in a soft metallic finish. A colour palette that includes black, crystal, havana, beige and turquoise are complimented by the allure of gradient and mirrored lenses for a modern, seductive look.

gu7430_25fThe allure of leopard animal prints is reinterpreted in the design of sunglass style GU 7430 with its velvet flocking textured front enhanced by high-definition printing. A bold color palette of ivory, pink, blue or black creates a dynamic contrast with the frame’s sleek temples in solid colorations. A metal “G” logo accents each temple, completing the look of this bold cat-eye style. The Guess spring/summer 2016 eyewear collection has more beautifully stylish sunglasses that is sure to give you a stunning look.

gu2532_071_04Among the many optical collection by Guess, the classic styling of the GU 2532 optical frames takes its inspiration from the heritage of the brand with its gently square-shaped front crafted in exclusive acetates, available in vintage shades of pink or light tortoise or bold combinations of solid black or blue over grey tortoise and red over light tortoise. The foil triangle logo accents thin metal temples, finished off with acetate tips for a look that’s both functional, yet grounded in fashion.

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