Influenced by road cycling and two legendary Tour de France champions Greg LeMond and Lance Armstrong, the collection continues the pairs previous ’90s rave culture-inspired collection with a number of technical and futuristic frames. “Le Mond” glasses will come in four colorways, with the “Le Boss” pairs seeing two further iterations.
The “Le Mond” receives hues of transparent yellow, saturated orange, grey-to-clear fade and a clean grey pair with red detailing highlighting its futuristic design. Featuring CMMN SWDN branding on either side of the lens, the pair is finished with rubberized arms, a standout nylon nose piece inspired by ’90s trends and frame cut-outs.
The two “Le Boss” frames feature large CMMN SWDN branding across its bridge and adopt a wavier and more technical shape. Finished in both a grey-to-clear fade with red detailing and orange-to-yellow fade with black detailing, the “Le Boss” is complete with its functional nose bridge and lens cut-outs.
Both silhouettes come with a headband strap, once again referencing ’90s active gear. Priced at £148 GBP (approx. $193 USD), each, the frames will be available at Ace & Tate’s website, selected stores and distribution partners from April 11.
For more vintage-inspired frames, take a look at the SS19 ’80s-inspired eyewear collection from Timberland.