Blue Blue Japan is into Some Shade-y Business
Most view summer as the prime-time for sunglasses. I don’t disagree, but when they notch up the cool factor as well as they do (nevermind how much they improve driver safety), who cares what season it is? You really should have a pair, and you should wear them often.
Blue Blue Japan likely feels the same way, and they most certainly hope you agree with this duo of sunglasses. Both pairs of their Celluloid Sunglasses—tortoiseshell and black—are made from plant-based celluloid, have a keyhole bridge instead of a saddle bridge (well-done, BBJ), and come with lenses that filter out UV light, with a greyish-green lense in tortoiseshell pair and appropriately blue lenses in the black pair. Each comes with a leather case and a cleaning cloth, but most important of all, both feature an angular design that’s reminiscent of classic sunglass styles, yet twisted just enough thanks to their chiseled silhouette to stand out on their own.
Available for $374AUD (~$260USD) at Corlection.