Known for its standout collaborative releases with notable artists in recent memory, ROSE IN GOOD FAITH has now introduced its debut eyewear collection. Serving as the latest in the Los Angeles-based experimental-luxury label’s offering expansion, the range features two frame styles in a variety of color options. “THE CLASSIC” and “MOTO RACERS” frames express a genderless look constructed of chunky Mazzucchelli acetate. Each pair of sunglasses is also outfitted with percussion-cut lightweight poly, with a range of lens colors and gradients
“This collection sparks the beginning of our new brand direction. This year, we’re elevating our brand DNA, putting a strong emphasis on materials, textures, and construction — producing highly expressive forms from everyday wearables. This is the year of Rose In Good Faith as we release some of our highest quality pieces to date,” said RIGF founder David Teitelbaum.
Following the eyewear collection, ROSE IN GOOD FAITH is expected to release its first footwear offering. The innovative silhouette features a developed injection molded design constructed of unused, recycled sex toys, and recycled cork.
Priced between $120 and $165 USD, the debut eyewear collection is available now on Rose In Good Faith’s website.
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