With eco fashion being all the rage these days, fashion lovers are inspiring eco designers to suggest ways to adorn their persona – from head to toe – sustainably. Designer Marius Temming, accordingly, has come up with the initial renderings of a concept sustainable eyewear made from natural materials, which aims to allow wearers see the world in a different way. Dubbed as Eco Sunglasses, the eyewear touts wood veneer, further beautified and strengthen with natural fiber composites such as kenaf, flax and hemp.
The eco shades promise to be high quality, ecologically correct and durable as well. The frame is made from hemp and flax, which allows it to be flexible enough to acquire myriad shapes when heated. Further, Eco Sunglasses come with bio plastic clip to make them go well with just any dress. Broken glasses, when sent back to the manufacturer, can be used to create new glasses or jewelry pieces.
Just to ensure that fashion lovers wear them without any suspicions, the Eco Sunglasses further utilize bioresin and high quality lenses by Carl Zeiss Vision.