5 ethical eyewear brands that are helping define sustainability
If you were wondering what are the sunniest brands right now defining what sustainable eyewear even means, here's something for you. These are the top 5 brands: from making sunglasses biodegradable, to using upcycled materials, partnering with green organizations, using eco-packaging, and many more initiatives. These brands are pioneering necessary change in the sunglass industry as we know it today. By supporting green innovative materials they can guarantee a greener future in the sunglass world.
Innovative eyewear brand based in the UK. Pala produces high-quality, ethically made eyewear and has ethical and sustainable practices as a priority
Italian sunglass and optical brand founded by two young entrepreneurs with a passion for craftsmanship and the digital industry. They aim to create stylish eyewear with innovative materials that support the world-renowned Italian creativity
Eyewear brand in the UK seeking out the best sustainable materials for their timeless frames
Independent eyewear brand founded by close friends in Sydney, Australia; each piece in their collection adopts a ‘less is more’ approach to creating real, quality eyewear. Handmade in Italy Auór's frames are made from premium cellulose acetate; a renewable non-petroleum plant-based plastic derived from natural cotton fibres and wood pulp
Eyewear brand founded in Copenhagen, starting from a classic, clean silhouette, Kamo has built up their impressive collection of eyewear, in timeless yet cutting edge shapes. Since its inception, Kamo's goal was to develop high quality, sustainable sunglasses & glasses, with a distinctive design at an affordable price. Kamo sunglasses and glasses is Danish design, made in Italy and Japan with Carl Zeiss sun lenses