N°21 by Linda Farrow Eyewear SS17

Linda Farrow is proud to announce the launch of its debut, N°21 by Linda Farrow eyewear collection for Spring/Summer 2017. Farrow continues to push the boundaries of eyewear, by collaborating with N°21 in the creation of a unique line of sunglasses, for their Spring/Summer 2017 runway collection.

“Linda Farrow shares with N°21 an international appeal, product exclusivity and a strong ability to innovate. They work with the most cutting-edge brands and I am honoured to be part of their designers’ collaborations.” – Alessandro Dell ‘Acqua, Creative Director and Founder of N°21.

The timeless yet innovative aesthetic of N°21, blends perfectly with the luxurious craftsmanship of Linda Farrow. Inspired by the volumes and colour-ways found in the N°21 Spring/Summer 2017 ready-to-wear collection, Linda Farrow has developed a line of three classic feminine shapes- revisited in a contemporary way, through innovative materials and unexpected details.

N°21 by Linda Farrow Eyewear Runway Show

Established in 1970, the Linda Farrow brand of luxury eyewear rose quickly to acclaim. Originally a fashion designer herself, Linda Farrow was one of the first to treat sunglasses as fashion, producing collection after cutting-edge collection, her finger always on the pulse of the times.

N°21 is the fashion brand created and directed by designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua. It debuted with the presentation of the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 collection during Milan Fashion Week. N°21 offers a modern and feminine wardrobe, with tricks and details brought from the male wardrobe. The mix of feminine and masculine shapes as well as fabrics, represents one of the stylistic codes of the brand. The designer focuses his energies on a new approach, real and meaningful, mixing his great knowledge of knitwear and product for a modern proposal of a new prêt-a-porter.

The innovative aesthetic of N°21 blends perfectly with the luxurious craftsmanship of Linda Farrow

N°21 by Linda Farrow eyewear collection is available exclusively at Grand Optics, in the Middle East.