Y2K And Pop Inspired Specsavers’ Collection

Specsavers is inviting people to play with new shapes and daring colours with their latest Spring-Summer’23 collection.

These statement-making frames will have glasses wearers spoiled for choice with 60 new options to pick from.

With styles from designers like Mimco, Deus, Marc Jacobs and Alex Perry, this summer collection is anything but boring with bold colours, futuristic designs and new takes on the classics.

The collection includes bulky acetates, playful colours and androgynous designs and embraces timeless silhouettes of the past with classic cat eye and oval shapes in updated tonal colour palettes.

“These frames have been heavily influenced by what we know our customers love, as well as the latest colour and style trends from around the globe. We are so excited to launch these new frames to our customers and can’t wait to see them styled in the wild,” said Nelly Soleil, Head of Frames and Merchandising at Specsavers.

“With the addition of Mimco to our ANZ designers this year as well as new launches from Country Road, Collette Dinnigan and Alex Perry, Specsavers has something for everyone.”

Specsavers is also bringing back the Y2K era of wraparound sunglasses and sporty silhouettes from the late 90’s grunge scene, with unique geometric shades.

The eyewear brand encourages embracing your inner style icon with these flattering frames that pay tribute to iconic pop culture style references from Audrey Hepburn, Elton John, Harry Styles and Kurt Cobain to Willy Wonka.

Glasses from this collection are perfect for making a statement this summer with prices starting at NZ $169.