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classic design with contemporary flair

"Makes me feel cool every time I put these sunglasses on... a fantastic fit, light to wear and well made."


Our latest creation embodies timeless elegance, crafted to be more than just an accessory. This iteration of our signature VINCENT eyewear merges classic design with contemporary flair, framed in luxurious acetate with meticulous metal detailing at the hinges. 

With striking green-tint lenses, made from durable polycarbonate, these sunglasses are designed to provide the perfect balance of clarity and colour enhancement. These lenses offer 100% UV400 protection, guarding your eyes against harmful UVA and UVB rays while ensuring the world remains vibrant and true to life. 

Whether you're strolling through sunlit streets or basking in the afternoon glow, these sunglasses promise a flattering fit and effortless style, sitting lightly and comfortably for all-day wear. The green tint not only reduces glare but also enhances contrast, making every view more vivid and every detail more distinct. 

"Makes me feel cool every time I put these sunglasses on... a fantastic fit, light to wear and well made."


  • Crystal clear acetate and smoked green lenses.
  • Frame Material: Acetate with metal detailing 
  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate with a green tint 
  • Protection: 100% UV400 (UVA-UVB) protection 
  • Certifications: General purpose sunglasses BS EN ISO 12312 - 1:2013+AI:2015 
  • Usage Notes: 
  • Not for direct sunlight protection 
  • Not suitable for artificial light protection (e.g., solaria) 
  • Not intended as eye protection against mechanical impact hazards 
  • Not suitable for driving in twilight or at night 


The first sunglasses were invented in the 12th Century in China and used a simple slab or quartz to block out sunlight. It's also thought that judges opted for a smoked coloured lens to avoid showing emotion in particular cases.  


As time moved on, so did innovation. In the 18th Century, colour lenses were introduced to improve vision in poor light as it was believed a blue or green tint could correct certain impairments.   

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