Jeremy Scott by Linda Farrow / Cat eye / Pain Splatter
Jeremy Scott started his career as a student at Pratt University in 1992 and since then, he has become a celebrated and innovative designer with a focus on pop culture. Debuting his first runway collection in Paris in 1997, Scott was the first designer to use model Devon Aoki, who has become a long-time friend and supporter. His collection brought him international fashion recognition, winning the Venus de la Mode Award for “Best Designer of the Year” in both 1996 and 1997. By 1999, Scott was recognized by the CFDA and was nominated for “ Best Young Designer.” He was quickly becoming one to watch in the fashion arena and was nominated by The Face Magazine in 2004 as number 32 of the 100 most powerful people in fashion. He has built a reputation for outrageous designs favoured by celebrities around the world.
Graphic patterned 'Cat Eye' shaped sunglasses, with asymmetric lenses and a sweeping top frame curved line that meets a narrow nose bridge. Featuring chunky mid-frame attached temples. The glasses are finished with the ‘Jeremy Scott’ and ‘Linda Farrow Projects’ logos, printed on the inverted side of the temple.