RetroSuperFuture has unveiled its spring/summer 2020 collection. The range consists of styles inspired by what the brand calls “conceptual functionality, sleek utilitarianism, and modern aesthetics.”
The sunglasses in the collection experiment with shapes, colors, and materials to create a range that isn’t quite like anything else on the market. It is instantly recognizable as RetroSuperFuture.
The Augusto is a compact wayfarer with straighter lines. Meanwhile, the Lira goes the other way by rounding out all the edges. Both shades are available in a variety of futuristic colors, as well as black.
The Teorema is one of only two metal frames in the collection. It shares similarities with aviators but is oversized to the point where the lenses don’t fit in the frame anymore. Instead, the glass stretches out beyond the metal lines.
All in there are nine different shapes in the collection. They are available now and you can buy them at Farfetch.com.