Live the dolce vita lifestyle brought to you by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana straight from Sicily! Relying heavily on Italian heritage in their sunglasses designs, traditional craftsmanship in the manufacturing process seasoned with strong contrasts to give you the full flavour of the Mediterranean. Flower embellishments, delicate metal or hand-painted Murano glass details are just a few of the amazing features of the Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses.
About The Brand
Traditional, classic and elegant are three words that should be used to describe Dolce & Gabbana’s identity. The brand is more traditional, sophisticated and elegant in comparison to D&G’s contemporary fashion style. The brand was founded in the 1980s, producing accessories, leather goods, perfumes, and cosmetics.
The Sunglasses Collection
The first eyewear collection was launched in 1995. Since then, the brand continues to succeed in producing luxury eyewear at the highest standard of quality. The sunglasses collection has strong traditional Mediterranean themes, focusing on the brand’s Italian heritage.
The designs show off Italian quality and craftsmanship. Some of the models in the collection are more playful than others and some are more understated however it can be said that the luxury factor of the brand is never lost or dismissed. The latest Dolce & Gabbana campaign was shot and filmed in Sicily with family characters.
The brand reminds us of their tradition and heritage; the Mediterranean themes were definitely evident in the campaign. Dolce & Gabbana eyewear is a licensed brand managed by the Luxottica Group. Luxottica is one of the world's leading optical manufacturers that produces and distributes luxury eyewear.
Advice On Sizing
When you are ready to order your designer sunglasses, scroll down until you come across the option box that asks you to select your frame size. With most sunglasses, there will only be one option but some brands will offer more than one size for that particular model. If you do not know your frame size, take a look at our blog titled ‘Frame Size Guide’.
In brief the first sets of digits correspond to the actual lens size and the second set of digits corresponds to the DBL (Distance Between Lens). Other online retailers may list the frame arm length; this would usually be the third set of digits however most eyewear come in the standard length which is approximately 120-150mm. All measurements are units of millimetres.