Kuboraum Goes Heavy With DIY Detailing on Y5 Sunglasses

Handmade in Italy using Mazzucchelli acetate.

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Kuboraum has dropped a new set of sunglasses from its Spring/Summer 2020 collection. Just as detailed as last year’s spiky U6 Sid frames, Kuboraum has unveiled “MASKE Y5” shades this time around, decorated with a series of shiny metal embellishments over sleek 50mm frames.

The sunglasses come in either a black or pink colorway, complemented by lightly tinted frames. Each piece is handmade in Italy from sleek Mazzucchelli acetate. Rows of gold-toned rings are placed all around the frames, complemented by long slim bars that form jagged rectangles around the lenses. Furthermore, bold “KUBORAUM” branding is stamped near the hinges, while the sunglasses’ geometric temples round up the shades’ idiosyncratic design.

Kuboraum’s “MASKE Y5” sunglasses are currently available on H. Lorenzo’s website for $669 USD.

In case you missed it, check out LOEWE’s rectangular acetate sunglasses for SS20’s Paula’s Ibiza capsule.

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