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Step Into the Future With Stella McCartney's Turbo Wrap Sunglasses

Made from a renewable bio-plastic material.

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Step Into the Future With Stella McCartney's Turbo Wrap Sunglasses

Made from a renewable bio-plastic material.

Sunglasses are a practical and fashionable essential regardless of the season and with the mini eyewear trend still in full swing, it’s tough to find a shape that has a futuristic feel but isn’t totally tiny.

These new Turbo Wrap sunglasses by Stella McCartney are the perfect solution. The sporty, wraparound silhouette has a light pink acetate frame and blue polarised lenses that take on an iridescent sheen in the light. Crafted in Italy, they feature black rubber pads on the nose and temples for added comfort and rounding off the look is Stella McCartney’s text logo and black rubber inserts on the arms.

True to the designer’s personal beliefs and quest to create eco-friendly fashion, the shades are created using bio-plastic, which is a material constructed from renewable raw materials and biomass sources. So not only will you look good, you’re less likely to harm the environment doing so.

You can shop these stylish Stella McCartney shades at retailers like MATCHESFASHION.com for $229 USD. For more summer essentials, check out Martine Rose’s new sunglasses.

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