Paloma Sunglasses – Forest
A Classic nineties inspired elongated cat-eye design, paying homage to a cherished female name across Italy, Croatia, and Spain. Paloma holds the meaning of ‘dove’ and ‘peace’ - a perfectly suggestive title for a lens we could all afford to view the world.
- Handmade in Italy
- 100% UV protection / Lens category 3
- 100% leather slipcase and circular cleaning cloth included in box
- Also available in Tort, Bone, Celery, Rose, Negroni, Sky & Black
• Frame: 143 𝗆𝗆
• Lens: 51.3 𝗆𝗆
• Bridge: 20.1 𝗆𝗆
• Temple: 145 𝗆𝗆
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Ethics & Materials:
auór eyewear is designed in Australia and handcrafted in Italy using only European materials.
Their cellulose acetates are made by family-owned Italian companies Mazzucchelli and LAES and derived from cotton and wood pulp, making it an ethical choice of material to use. auór lenses are made in Italy by Divel Italia and hinges and wire temples in Germany. 100% Handmade In Italy, Certified.
auór work with all of their makers in a transparent supply chain, which supports fair practice.
Founded in Sydney, Australia – auór is an independent eyewear and accessories label built from humble beginnings.
Kristen Lindesay and Claire De Luca are dear friends and the Co-Directors of auór
Illuminating classic and simplistic style with their timeless designs handcrafted in Italy, auór honours slow fashion and fair practice as a means to realise creative kinship.
auór eyewear is designed in Australia and handcrafted in Italy using only the highest-quality European materials.
Working together with our makers, auór produces limited runs of each frame to keep them unique for those who wear them.
In a shared vision to create functional, refined and quality eyewear, auór extends to a curation of everything we love, with a considered selection of handcrafted accessories.
Together Claire and Kristen work with all of our makers in a transparent supply chain, which supports fair practice, living by a ‘less is more’ philosophy in an effort to avoid excess of any kind.