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Kromatike Sunglasses Will Have You Envisioning a World of Color

08.24.21 | By
Kromatike Sunglasses Will Have You Envisioning a World of Color
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If you aren’t familiar with the multicolored geometric work of Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel, please visit this post from 2016 where he transformed a 100-year-old church into a colorful indoor skate park. I’ll wait… His colorful work is unforgettable making it no surprise to find out he’s behind this new sunglasses collection. With his own personal sunglasses collection totaling around 150 pairs, launching Kromatike is the logical next step. Okuda’s goal? To share “his vision of a world full of color.” And color is what these sunglasses scream, but in the best possible way. I don’t have a closet full of sunglasses like Okuda, more like a drawer, yet I’m still wanting to ‘Add to Cart’ each pair. Whether you want to simply shelter your eyes from the sun or you want to pay homage to the 80s, Elton John circa Benny and the Jets, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj or Katy Perry, you’ll definitely make a fun statement.

multiple colorful sunglasses on white

The inaugural Kromatike collection launches with two styles: Rainbow and Fluor. There are a total of 13 color combinations to choose from each with frames and arms in different colors. The Rainbow sunglasses are available in nine colors: yellow, blue, white, orange, black, red, pink, green and purple. The Fluor model comes in four colors: yellow, white, black and pink.

man in neon jacket with colorful sunglasses

The extra lightweight frames are handmade in Madrid by Nina Mûr, a sustainable brand creating innovative, high-end glasses.

man in neon jacket with colorful sunglasses

man with pink face and green shirts wearing sunglasses

man with pink face and green shirts wearing sunglasses

men wearing colorful clothing in neon sunglasses

man in purple and pink sunglasses

man in purple and orange sunglasses

man in green jacket wearing sunglasses and pink bag

The Rainbow sunglasses come with a fluorescent pink case with a bright yellow chain, and the Fluor sunglasses come in a white case with a multicolored chain. The leather cases are made by Labienhecha, a 100% local sustainable manufacturing workshop, with certified materials, including recycled genuine leather, vegetable tanned eco-leather and organic cotton. The chains are specially designed by the Ink and Movement team.

girl with teal hair and pink and blue sunglasses with rainbow chain

girl with teal hair and pink and blue sunglasses with rainbow chain

girl in orange shirt and matching glasses

girl wearing yellow and pink sunglasses

girl wearing yellow and pink sunglasses

person wearing blue wig and orange sunglasses

person wearing blue wig and orange sunglasses

girl with teal hair and green and orange sunglasses

neon yellow sunglasses on white backdrop

lavender sunglasses

white sunglasses with pink sides

black and yellow sunglasses

inside glasses frame

interior of glasses frame

For more information on Kromatike sunglasses, visit inkandmovement.com.

Photos by Jose Señorán.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.