Another season of LFW has flown by in a flurry.  From the showrooms to the streets, London's fashionistas were out in force with their spectacle game on point.   Sunglasses are a staple in any self-respecting fashion lovers handbag, and with some gorgeous weather, the FROW and beyond had the best specs trends on show.

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We spotted everything from pop art inspired designs that to bold floral frames worn by top bloggers, designers and fashion editors alike.  Some frames remain popular (those Miu Miu Raisors are sticking around for another season) but we loved seeing colour become more popular as well as a shift towards bigger and bolder shapes.

Our Top Picks

Tickled Pink
This one's been on the undercurrent for some time now, and it looks lie the micro trend of pink specs we reported earlier in the year has become one of this seasons top looks. Worn with mirrors, avant garde shapes or colour co-ordinating with your hair, this look is fun, feminine and a great way to make a statement.


This trend shows no sign of letting up. It's a classic and super easy to wear, with a real focus on shapes and texture. Go for a bold structured frame. Exaggerated cat eyes and strong silhouettes are the only way to wear this trend.


Go Big or Go Home
Subtly was non existent this season. It was big on shapes, colour, embellishment and design. Mirrors look like they are keen to stick around though paired more with pops of colour rather than traditional aviators.  We love this move towards something more decadent, showcasing a willingness to play with fashion and eyewear.

Did you see any great spec style? Send us your favourite looks to @pretavoir using #pretloves.