Jeremy Scott is known for creating avant garde collections that have incorporated whimsical cultural pieces like Mickey Mouse ears, 60’s diner waitress outfits, and fabrics patterned with cartoon images of fast food menu items. He is creative and takes risks with his designs.
Linda Farrow recently said: “It’s easy to see that his satin, silk, and taffeta collections are narcissistic without apology, theatrical beyond repair, and designed for women who love to dress up and play the part of the ultimate diva.” Okay that’s a pretty good description…now I definitely get the picture. Linda Farrow teamed up with Jeremy Scott to create a unique sunglasses design that is available at Opening Ceremony.
The Jeremy Scott x Linda Farrow jssunvisor frame is, as expected, completely unique and unlike anything we have ever seen before. The colored plastic sunglasses have thin oval lenses and thick plastic frames that curve around the temples and protrude out from the upper edge of the frames like a visor. The idea of a visor on sunglasses is actually quite practical because it combines sunglasses and a hat into one piece. But just like the rest of Jeremy Scott’s pieces, it’s harder to decide if you love it, hate it, or if you’re just not cool enough to pull it off.
The Jeremy Scott x Linda Farrow visor sunglasses are available online at Opening Ceremony in black, purple, red, turqoise, and pink.