Sunglasses Master Thierry Lasry

I first saw Thierry Lasry’s sunglasses in a shop in Paris years ago and I loved the design aesthetic: a bit different from bog standard safe designer offerings and more like design-led spectacles. This is probably due to the fact that Lasry’s father was an optician and his mother was a designer. Lasry’s sunglasses are free from logos which is a feature I adore as I have often found that a perfectly beautiful pair of specs can be ruined by a gaudy blinged-out logo in gold or crystal. The line is sold at high-end stores such as Colette, Barney’s, Opening Ceremony and Browns as well as Net-A-Porter and while the prices are appropriately high-end too, the fact that each pair are handmade is a guarantee of lasting quality.

Rapsody square-frame sunglasses from Matches Fashion
Rapsody square-frame sunglasses from Matches Fashion
Excity round-frame sunglasses from Net-A-Porter
Excity round-frame sunglasses from Net-A-Porter
Poetry cat-eye sunglasses from Net-A-Porter
Poetry cat-eye sunglasses from Net-A-Porter
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Diamondy cat-eye sunglasses from Matches Fashion
Two-tone acetate cat-eye sunglasses from Net-A-Porter
Two-tone acetate cat-eye sunglasses from Net-A-Porter
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