EDGINESS ALL THROUGHOUT – This winter, one of the major styles that has been popping out everywhere is the edgy, geometrical frame. Unsurprisingly, sunglasses featuring bold contours and well-defined edges have been featured in almost every campaign for the Fall/Winter 2014-15 season.

Whether we’re talking about stunningly thick temples, straight brow bars or prominent frames, one thing’s for sure: this versatile and popular trend is here to stay. So let’s start by taking a closer look at the sunglasses which pack more of a shock value. From Missoni, Kate Spade and Valentino to Prada, Calvin Klein or Dolce&Gabbana, nobody was late to the party:

sunglasses trends winter 2014 geometric frames campaigns
Sunglasses Trends Winter 2014: as seen in various eyewear campaigns.

As for the F/W 2014 runways, they were filled to the brim with high-fashion, yet wearable frames. The stand-outs were Miu Miu, Roberto Cavalli, Kenzo and Dior, especially, with their most editorial pair yet, the “Metallic” sunglasses.

sunglasses trends winter 2014 geometric frames catwalk
Sunglasses Trends Winter 2014: as seen on the catwalk.

Tempted to give the geometrical frames a try? There are many sunglasses out there which fit the bill while also being appropriate for everyday wear. With tiny details that are out of the ordinary, unconventional frame shapes or oversized silhouettes, these sunglasses are sure to make you look like a connoisseur. Don’t hesitate to pick an unusual color: a bright blue shade can make a geometric shape stand out even more. As for you? You’ll make a very decisive, fashion-forward statement.

Check out the selection below:

geometric frames

1. Yves Saint Laurent sunglasses;

2. Persol sunglasses;

3. Gucci sunglasses;

4. Gucci sunglasses;

5. Emporio Armani sunglasses;

6. Yves Saint Laurent sunglasses;

7. Carrera sunglasses;

8. Carrera sunglasses.