What's New At Specsavers? Designer Eyewear Galore

Viva turns its expert eye to the stylish autumn-winter collection at Specsavers, spotlighting our favourite designer glasses

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ALEX PERRY

Known for his unique spin on Australian glamour, Alex Perry’s eyewear offering is an expansion of his namesake line — this pair boast a chic teardrop shape in rose gold.

Alex Perry glasses, $459 for two single-vision pairs, from Specsavers

CARLA ZAMPATTI

One of the matriarchs of the Australian fashion industry, Carla Zampatti is a design favourite across the ditch, and her glasses have a bold femininity — seen here in these assertively thick frames with metal detailing.

Carla Zampatti glasses, $299 for two single-vision pairs, from Specsavers

DEUS EX MACHINA

The Australian lifestyle brand offers up a timelessly cool version of pilot sunglasses; with linear frames and classic green lenses, they’re a handsome option for autumn, and look great with a leather jacket — very fitting for a brand founded on motorcycle culture.

Deus Ex Machina sunglasses, $459 for two single-vision pairs, from Specsavers

HUGO

A sleek, modern version of the classic aviator, these glasses by Hugo align with the retro mood that continues to endure this season. The perfect unisex style, pair these with a black T-shirt, tweed blazer and blue jeans.

Hugo glasses, $459 for two single-vision pairs, from Specsavers

KYLIE MINOGUE

These refined yet glamorous Kylie Minogue Eyewear glasses are as timeless as the singer herself, featuring ultra-thin frames and tortoiseshell sides. Pair these with a snug turtleneck for autumn.

Kylie Minogue glasses, $369 for two single-vision pairs, from Specsavers

LEVI'S

The eyewear equivalent of a pair of blue jeans, it’s only natural that these classic tortoiseshell frames come from the historic denim brand.

Levi's glasses, $369 for two single-vision pairs, from Specsavers

MARC JACOBS

The iconic New York designer's name is synonymous with idiosyncratic style and quirky eyewear, so these new glasses are the perfect iteration of his aesthetic — featuring oversized lenses, rose gold, and burgundy detailing.

Marc Jacobs glasses, $369 for two single-vision pairs, from Specsavers

VIKTOR & ROLF

Quirky and bookish, these modernist tortoiseshell frames aptly capture the avant-garde lexicon of the Dutch design duo. Wear these with a sweater vest and retro-print shirt.

Viktor & Rolf glasses, $459 for two single-vision pairs, from Specsavers

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