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An amazing outfit has the power to move you. Think about your favorite pair of jeans that make you feel confident enough to enter a room full of strangers, or a dramatically voluminous dress that lifts your spirits even when you’ve just groggily rolled out of bed. Elevated accessories are no less magical and the specific ones our editors are eyeing for winter are a bit more literal in their ability to transport. Specifically, in the case of the Versace eyewear below, three of Coveteur’s own have found style as well as travel inspiration in one.
Thanks to Versace’s signature bold approach — including strong silhouettes, oversized frames, and touches of gold — its collection of sunglasses speaks to anyone who’s an adventurous spirit. As well as those hoping to plan a mid-winter change of scenery. Ahead, our editors share the getaways on their mind and the sunglasses that have become new go-to pieces for winter 2022 and beyond.
Coveteur’s Head of Brand and Editor in Chief, Jessica Teves
“For a touch of every-day special, these sunnies are the answer with Versace’s hint of gold via its Medusa medallion. They’re the definition of an impactful, yet paired-back, look — modern and minimal but with a strong silhouette. In these, I’m instantly transported to my next Miami getaway where sun and saltwater meet the city’s inimitable contemporary art scene.”
Coveteur’s Beauty Editor, Ama Kwarteng
“The best everyday accessories are striking yet versatile. They can make even your go-to classics feel ingenious. That’s the energy coming from Versace’s frames as they flash a bit of gold at the temples. They work perfectly for one of my ideal winter getaways in Palm Springs, taking me from morning hikes to afternoons spent poolside to sunset dinners with a view.”
Coveteur’s Style Editor, Camille Freestone
“Bold winter accessories go hand-in-hand with the season’s go-to outdoor activity. These transparent frames are exactly what I’ll be styling as I hit the ski slopes (or sure, even just the lodge), accessorizing an ensemble that’s equal parts toasty, cozy, and timelessly Aspen-chic.”
Creative Director: Phuong Nguyen / Production Director: Jess Sisco / Associate Producer: Claire Flanagan
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