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Super Sunglasses | Fall 2010 Collection | Flat Top Preview & Pre-Order

The Super sunglasses Fall 2010 collection is set to arrive extremely soon and their Fall lineup features plenty of smart looks and new colors. The collection includes their popular Flat Top model is known for using Italian leathers. Pre-Orders are now open on Eyegoodies for the new Flat Top colors, and stay tuned for the rest of the collection to drop once they officially arrive.


The Dream in Public School Empress Jacket and Super Andrea Sunglasses

March 24, 2010 Leave a comment

The Dream was spotted at an Atlanta Hawks game wearing a black Public School Empress jacket ($790), which features leather buttons and zipper details. He was also wearing a pair of Super Andrea sunglasses (approx. $169) from the Spring/Summer 2010 collection. The black Andrea sunglasses feature a design based on Super’s classic flat top shape with half of the frame removed leaving the bottom portion of the lens exposed.

SUPER 2010 Spring/Summer RetroSuperFuture Collection

March 17, 2010 Leave a comment

Italian eyewear label SUPER has released a number of new models from its 2010 Spring/Summer collection in select accounts. The aim of this collection was to “embrace the essentialism and minimalism of objects and their functionality”, which brought them to classical and elegant designs for this season. Three basic key points were also in mind while putting the collection together: simplicity, research and understated elegance. The models shown here are the “People” (£118), “Andrea” (£129) and the “Flat Top” (£118). All models come in various colorways and are now available through Goodhood London.

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Super Fall/Winter 2009 Sunglasses

September 15, 2009 Leave a comment

Super’s 2009 Fall/Winter collection of sunglasses was released today accompanied by a press release detailing the new features and changes from seasons past. The logo is now hidden on the cap between the leg and the frame, to reinforce the notion of secret brand for those in the know. The new line of shades runs the gamut from classic to futuristic and even borderline trendy, save for the premium construction and materials, such as Zeiss lenses and Italian craftsmanship.