Renowned fashion photographer Mariano Vivanco captures the striking Linda Farrow Spring 2016 ad campaign modelled by top models Hollie-May Saker and RJ King.
This collection embarks on a rural retreat complete with desert and gold hues. Bohemian inspired with an emphasis on over-sized pieces, the collection adopts blanched blues, tea-rose and mocha infused acetates that are teamed with homogenous lenses. An effortless fuse of natural and innovative elements, one key story for this season is the involvement of aluminium, providing a contrast between shiny and satin finishes. The cage-inspired frames from Autumn Winter 2015 have evolved to a single mechanical temple. Teamed with the softer acetates for the season, the reduced temple size allows for cleaner and more subdued lines. The temple features 24 individual soldering points and a signature pointed tip shape. In a similar perspective, Linda Farrow has developed the titanium range of sunglasses using Japanese titanium plated in 18-22 carat gold. Succeeding in creating a super luxurious collection.
Watch the campaign film below shot in Ibiza set in a serene world on a remote island complete with sandy beaches and a languid mood.