Not just any shades, but Kuboraum. Conceived in Berlin, but handmade in Italy, Kuboraum is founded by sculptor-designer artist Livio Graziottin, engineer Antonio Pincin and anthropologist and communications expert Sergio Eusebi.
Conceptual and directional, Kuboraum – which means cubic room in German, are like wearable architecture – or masks, as the founders called them – for the face. Each frame enhances its wearer’s personality and character.
Its distinctive and liquid nitrogen-cool aesthetic has already found fans in Justin Bieber, LeBron James and Gerard Butler, earned it column inches in Vogue Italia and i-D and seen in street-style snapshots of bloggeratis everywhere.
The future looks bright.