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Gucci Makes Sustainable Arboform Sunglasses

Eco-Friendly Liquid Wooden Shades

Gucci Makes Sustainable Arboform Sunglasses | Eco-Friendly Liquid Wooden Shades Gucci is continuing its commitment to sustainable design with the planned release of new sunglasses crafted from an eco-friendly liquid wood called Arboform. Arboform is proving incredibly popular amongst eco-conscious companies. Benetton currently uses it for its clothes hangers and Fossil recently released a watch made from the material. It's crafted from a blend of wood…

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Shwood’s Whiskey Barrel Sunglasses

Quirky Bushmills Limited Edition Canby Shades

Shwood’s Whiskey Barrel Sunglasses | Quirky Bushmills Limited Edition Canby Shades Eco-friendly eyewear label Shwood has teamed up with BDGA and whiskey firm Bushmills for a quirky limited edition sunglasses line. The collection's frames are crafted from century old white oak Irish whiskey barrels! While it seems like an unusual material to make into sunglasses, when you look at the antique barrels it's easy to see why they've inspired Shwood. The wood is beaut…

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Allyn Scura Sunglasses Good for Planet & Its People

Charity Minded Eco-Friendly Eyewear

Allyn Scura Sunglasses Good for Planet & Its People | Charity Minded Eco-Friendly Eyewear When I was younger there were three Rs to worry about: reading, writing, and 'rithmetic. However in this eco-conscious modern age companies like eyewear brand Allyn Scura pay attention to four new Rs: refrain, reduce, reuse, and recycle. The eyewear company does all it can to operate in a green way. It offsets its carbon emissions through its partnerships with ASEC and NativeEner…

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MODO Makes Eco by Summer Rayne Oakes Sunglasses

Model Designed Recycled Plastic Shades

MODO Makes Eco by Summer Rayne Oakes Sunglasses | Model Designed Recycled Plastic Shades Model and entrepreneur Summer Rayne Oakes has teamed up with MODO Eyewear for a green sunglasses collection. Called Eco by Summer Rayne Oakes, every pair of shades in the line is made from at least 95% recycled materials. The sunglasses are crafted from recycled plastic and hypoallergenic stainless steel. The cases are also green, as they're made from recycled PET bottles. And ev…

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ICU Eyewear Doing Good

Green Sunglasses Help Charities

ICU Eyewear Doing Good | Green Sunglasses Help Charities ICU Eyewear sunglasses do more than simply shield your eyes from the summer sun's rays; they also give back to the planet and community. The label was one of the first to create a range of eco-friendly sunglasses and spectacles. Its eco-friendly collections for men and women feature shades made from reclaimed plastic, recycled metal, and sustainable bamboo. ICU Eyewear offers bo…

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Stella McCartney Launches Eyewear

Eco-Friendly Sunglasses for Spring

Stella McCartney Launches Eyewear | Eco-Friendly Sunglasses for Spring Eco-conscious fashion designer Stella McCartney will launch her first green eyewear collection this spring. The range of sunglasses and spectacles will be made entirely of natural and renewable materials. The collection will feature three acetate designs and two metal versions. I'm particularly interested in the bio-injected plastic McCartney's using. We don't think of p…

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Waiting for the Sun Makes Green Sunglasses

Unique Handcrafted Bamboo & Tea Wood Shades

Waiting for the Sun Makes Green Sunglasses | Unique Handcrafted Bamboo & Tea Wood Shades French label Waiting for the Sun offers a green alternative to metal and acetate sunglasses with its sustainable and stylish shades. The fashion house handcrafts its sunglasses from sustainable bamboo and tea wood, paying particular attention to the natural grains of the materials. These substances have been carefully chosen by the label. Bamboo renews itself quickly and can…

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Modo Sunglasses Go Green

Eco Shades from Recycled Materials

Modo Sunglasses Go Green | Eco Shades from Recycled Materials Modo is one sunglasses firm doing its best to go green. While many of the label's frames are made of the harmful plastics and metals we're used to, they're also sold alongside eco ranges for men and women. Modo's eco range sees it working with used materials such as recycled stainless steel and repurposed plastic. You'd never guess that the frames are made from used materials; now the…

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Kayu Sunglasses Do Good

Bamboo Shades Fund Sight Surgery

Kayu Sunglasses Do Good | Bamboo Shades Fund Sight Surgery Kayu promises to help you look good while doing good with its range of sustainable sunglasses. The label combines Texan-born Jamie Lim's commitment to craftsmanship, ethics, and the environment. While Kayu is the Malay word for wood, her sunglasses are made from bamboo, which is technically a grass. Whatever you want to call it, it's one of the most sustainable fibers in the world…

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Studio Swine’s Hair Sunglasses

Recycled Biodegradable Eco-Friendly Shades

Studio Swine’s Hair Sunglasses | Recycled Biodegradable Eco-Friendly Shades Through their design company Studio Swine, British designers Alexander Groves and Azusa Murakami have created sustainable sunglasses and eyewear from an unlikely material. You'd never know it from looking at them, but these modern specs are made from human and synthetic hair! It might sound a bit on the nose, but let's remember that we've been using human and synthetic hair to ma…

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Gucci’s New Green Sunglasses

Safilo Collaboration for Eco-Friendly Eyewear

Gucci’s New Green Sunglasses | Safilo Collaboration for Eco-Friendly Eyewear These days eco-fashion is so mainstream that even the high end designers are getting in on the act. Gucci is the latest esteemed fashion house to go green with the release of a range of eco-friendly sunglasses and eyewear. The shades are the result of Gucci's recent collaboration with eyewear specialists Safilo. The eyeglass frames are crafted from an acetate comprised of more nat…

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Shwood Wooden Sunglasses

Sustainable Eco-Friendly Handcrafted American Shades

Shwood Wooden Sunglasses | Sustainable Eco-Friendly Handcrafted American Shades Portland's Shwood offers a more eco-friendly alternative to typical sunglasses with its hand-crafted wooden shades. It might seem counter-intuitive for green fashion lovers to wear shades made from harvested trees, but Shwood ensures us its practices are eco-friendly. It uses sustainable woods, including walnut, cherry, East Indian rosewood, and zebrawood, grown in auth…

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Warby Parker Invisible Children Sunglasses

Black Shades for Child Soldiers

Warby Parker Invisible Children Sunglasses | Black Shades for Child Soldiers Warby Parker has teamed up with activist group Invisible Children for this eco-friendly, socially responsible pair of sunglasses. These sunglasses have a very important social responsibility as they look to raise awareness of child soldiers fighting in Eastern Africa. Warby Parker creates its frames from a cellulose acetate made specifically for the company. It's much gree…

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Juicy Couture’s New Eco-Friendly Sunglasses

Choose Green Sustainable Shades

Juicy Couture’s New Eco-Friendly Sunglasses | Choose Green Sustainable Shades Juicy Couture is the latest label to add eco-friendly products to its fashion collections. The flamboyant American label has just launched Choose Green, a range of three sustainable sunglasses. Each pair of Choose Green sunglasses is made from 55% renewable plant-based plastics accented with bamboo. That means the frames aren't entirely eco-friendly, but they're a lot green…

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iWood Eco Design Wooden Sunglasses

Environmentally Friendly Reclaimed Wood Shades

iWood Eco Design Wooden Sunglasses | Environmentally Friendly Reclaimed Wood Shades iWood Eco Design celebrates the green properties of wood with its handcrafted wooden sunglasses. iWood's sunglasses are certainly more luxurious than most, as they're crafted from the reclaimed, sustainable wood! That's a lot greener than cutting down trees to make the shades! The sunglasses are pieced together using formaldehyde free glues and protective coatings, so the p…

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Proof’s Sustainable Wooden Sunglasses

Eco-Friendly Shades Fund Eye Surgery

Proof’s Sustainable Wooden Sunglasses | Eco-Friendly Shades Fund Eye Surgery These days eco-conscious beach goers can easily find green swimwear and eco-friendly beach totes, but sourcing environmentally friendly sunglasses is often much trickier. Proof looks to fill this gap in the marketplace with its collection of ethical eye wear. The label chooses sustainably sourced woods including bamboo, zebrawood, and ebony over the more traditional plast…

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Eco-Friendly Earth Conscious Optics Sunglasses

Recycled ECO Shades

Eco-Friendly Earth Conscious Optics Sunglasses | Recycled ECO Shades While we're protecting our peepers, most of us don't realize how much water and energy it takes to create a single pair of sunglasses. The shades from Earth Conscious Optics (ECO) make sure your eyes and the planet aren't exposed to harmful elements. Since ECO's inception in 2008, its founder and chief executive officer Alessandro Lanaro has worked hard to make his label truly eco-…

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