Our high-quality retro-style sunglasses protect your eyes from dangerous ultraviolet rays - with integrated UV 400 protection.
This is how the stylish super summer can start: A total of 16 different sunglasses models meet our iconic design codes!

 

 

For summer 2019: THOMAS SABO sunglasses combine modern coolness and retro classic

The summer has only really arrived when you wear it in the form of sunglasses. On the one hand they protect our eyes from harmful UV radiation, on the other hand they count as one of the most popular fashion statements and refine casual outfits. This is why the international jewellery and watch brand THOMAS SABO is now for the first time also using its unmistakable DNA in its own expressive sunglasses line. Inspired by timelessly cool retro eyewear types, such as Pilot sunglasses or Panto glasses, THOMAS SABO also focuses on an expressive design language. Accordingly, neither the absolute classic of the 50s - the round sunglasses - nor the current en-vogue trapeze shape should be missing.

The great acting legends of old Hollywood captivated not only with their unprecedented acting talent, but above all with one thing: their unmistakable charisma was always characterized by a certain aloofness. A fashion accessory that can almost always be seen on the iconic photos of times gone by contributed to this: sunglasses.

Mirrored sunglasses hide the eyes, our eyes become unreadable for the person opposite. That makes us look daring and mysterious. A stylistic device that celebrities still like to use today. This is what the US-American actor Jack Nicholson, known among other things from the film "The Shining", once said: "With my sunglasses on, I'm Jack Nicholson. Without them, I'm just a fat sixty-year-old." When we wear sunglasses, we simply feel more self-confident, daring and rebellious. Trend tip: Mirrored sunglasses with a metallic sheen have a particularly cool effect.

The new THOMAS SABO Sunglasses Collection comprises 16 sunglasses models in 48 colours. These 48 sunglasses are divided into six principal lines: HARRISONJOHNNY, JAMES, MARLON, ROMY and MIA. Inspired by retro eyewear types, THOMAS SABO focuses on self-confident oversize styles, extraordinary all-one-colour looks and colour nuances inspired by gemstones such as rose quartz, mother-of-pearl and smoky quartz. Each pair of glasses is characterised by high manufacturing quality, pleasant wearing comfort due to acetate edging of the temple ends, high-quality - partly mirrored - lenses as well as a special feeling for iconic details. Each pair of THOMAS SABO sunglasses also comes with an elegant eyewear case. You can wear the glasses even more individually with classic eyewear chains.

There are many sunglasses trends. Irrespective of trends, you should choose glasses with which you firstly feel comfortable and secondly fit your face shape. Of course, each face is unique and beautiful in its own individual way. However, there are a few small rules you can follow to find glasses that ideally emphasize your unique advantages. The basic rule applies: sunglasses look particularly harmonious on your face when they contrast with your facial features.

In other words, if you have a rather rounded face, angular glasses will emphasize it positively. People with angular faces can give their face softer features with the help of round sunglasses. If you feel like it, however, you may also break these rules radically. Because: Fashion should be fun! This particularly applies to sunglasses. They stand for summer and joy in life like hardly any other accessory.

A golden, beautifully gleaming frame, warm gradient lenses and a special sense of iconic detail: THOMAS SABO sunglasses promise a summer full of intensity. In addition to lenses that conjure up sunsets in the sky, you will also find the well-known design codes of the THOMAS SABO Sterling Silver Jewellery Collection. Famous motifs such as the skull, the cross or the dragon-fly enhance the models. Also graphic embossing and reliefs, vintage decorations and sophisticated 3D styles and hinges.