What outfit is complete without that crucial statement accessory?
Australian sunglasses brand Szade are fusing fashion and sustainability with their innovative recycling approach. After a long journey of research, development, and design, Szade have created a revolutionary recycling process unlike any other in the world. Sunglasses; made from recycled sunglasses - genius!
How many pairs of sunglasses have you broken or lost over the years? And where do they all go? Szade creates a closed loop cycle by rounding up discarded, broken, faulty and obsolete sunglasses destined for landfill. It then reforms them into brand new statement glasses certified by The Global Recycling Standard. These 100% recycled sunglasses can in turn be recycled again.
Guilt free shouldn't mean you have to compromise though. On trend, non binary designs that disrupt the market, the range of custom Szade patterns, finishes and tortoises are completely unique to the brand. High quality and hand assembled, every detail has been carefully thought out.
To celebrate our love of summer and to offer you some reprieve from the glaring sun, we’ve teamed up with Szade to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a $500 voucher. That’s enough to almost buy a pair for each day of the week! Or to spread the love with your friends and family. To enter simply tell us in 25 words or less why you think you deserve to win. Competition closes February 18. Terms and conditions apply.
With a philosophy of utilising sustainable materials and methods, Szade aim to develop the cleanest, most efficient, most on trend sunglasses in the world.
“We felt compelled to create a product that gave our community the choice; the power to choose to buy and wear products that are better for the planet and something that everyone can feel good wearing both physically and consciously.”
Some key styles in the non-binary range include the 90’s throwback Dollin in tainted lime, the matrix inspired Akira in wolf grey and the staple Arena frame in collard greens.
Szade is definitely a brand we can get behind.
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