Since 1927, Furla has been creating in Italy and distributing in 65 countries worldwide, bags, shoes and accessories of exceptional quality and style.
Furla interprets the Italian spirit in a contemporary fashion, adding its unmistakable touch of creativity, elegance and timeless simplicity, proposing modern and eclectic collections that combine the latest trends with craftsmanship. This leads to the creation of proposals that feature high quality materials and that are made by using cutting-edge technologies.
The Furla Eyewear collection mirrors the spirit of the brand, proposing frames with flowing and elegant lines, designed to meet the wishes of an exacting, alluring, up-to-date and self-confident woman.
Couture fashion style at FURLA Eyewear for SS 2022
A couture collection, designed to offer the Furla woman a natural way to complete her look is how the new FURLA eyewear collection for SS22 is described.
Sunglasses and prescription styles with an extrovert look – characterised by geometric and light shapes – are complemented by classic and elegant proposals typical of the brand. The colour palette and details are inspired by the brand’s signature accessories, spotlighting the connection between all the elements – from eyewear and handbags to small leather goods.
FURLA’s ‘Arch’ logo, an iconic and distinctive design element and expression of the brand, is present on the different sun and optical designs, proposed in different modes of application from a decorative detail on temples and front pieces to a structural element of the glasses design.
Furla Eyewear Collection 2022
The more extrovert sunglasses and prescription styles – flaunting geometric and light shapes – are complemented by the more classic and elegant proposals. The colour palette and details are inspired by the brand’s accessories, spotlighting the strong connection between all the elements – from eyewear and handbags to small leather goods. The ‘Arch’ logo, which has now become an iconic and distinctive design element and expression of the brand, is present on the different styles, proposed in different variants: as a decorative detail on temples and front pieces or as a structural element of the glasses.