Linda Farrow sunglasses made luxury eyewear a modern essential. Since its launch in 1970, this London-based brand has defined eyewear trends through its bold shapes and cutting-edge technology. Linda Farrow also collaborates with renowned designers including Dries van Noten, Balenciaga, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, and The Row to produce unforgettable, avant-garde pieces. Linda Farrow sunglasses remain the last word in designer eyewear, featuring modern takes on classic shapes that effortlessly balance design and function. Linda Farrow aviator sunglasses and cat-eye frames are some of our favorites of the season.
UV protection and anti-glare technology have never looked so fabulous. This season’s eyewear features daring yet wearable shapes. Cult-favorite frames from the forward-looking line include the Ida, iconic Linda Farrow gold sunglasses are perfect for an unforgettable summer.
These designer frames thoughtfully pair bohemian, ’70s chic with modern functionality. Yet behind the frames are decades of history.
Linda Farrow sunglasses launched in 1970 to almost immediate acclaim due to their namesake designer’s eye for structure and face shape. This line’s bold eyewear was immediately a favorite among the glamorous jet-set class of the ’70s and ’80s, including unforgettable icons Yoko Ono and Grace Kelly.
All while building her own brand, Linda Farrow eyewear collaborated with fashion houses Balenciaga, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, and many more to create these brands’ most iconic frames.
Despite its success, Linda Farrow sunglasses closed her shop doors in the ’80 as Farrow shifted her focus to her growing family. In the decades following, its eyewear became sought-after vintage pieces.
This time helmed by the designer’s son, Simon Jablon, and his partner Tracy Sedino, the iconic eyewear line started a new chapter in the 21st century. Jablon and Sedino began by selling some of the brand’s most prized frames from the 1970s. Thanks to the line’s bold yet nostalgic shapes, the eyewear brand took off yet again.
Since its re-launch in 2003, they’ve collaborated with avant-garde designers such as Dries van Noten, Alexander Wang, Erdem, The Row, and Jeremy Scott.
On BoutiqueLudivine.com, you’ll find our editorial team’s favorite Linda Farrow sunglasses for women, crafted from the finest Japanese titanium, 22kt gold, and recycled acetate. Our season’s favorites include aviator and cat-eye frames with enough flair for a ’70s jetsetter.
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