Within the “GUESS Vibras” capsule collection designed by Colombian singer and reggaeton symbol, J Balvin, GUESS is launching a vibrant range of sunglasses developed by the Latin Grammy Award-nominated artist. Narrow, rectangular wraparounds and slim cat-eyes are the dominant shapes in this fierce and vivacious collection.
GUESS for J Balvin Eyewear capsule collection is created and distributed by the Marcolin Group.
Reminiscent of Rio are the bold, solid colours that adorn the various frames: yellow, red, orange, or white. The transparent and often raw-edge coloured lenses are an additional, distinctive feature of this eccentric offering.
These eye-catching sunglass frames feature raw-edge, coloured rectangular lenses, which hook to the thick injection temples through two metal extensions. Balance is given to the structure through a lightweight metal bar that defines the frame front, which is connected to the lenses with small screws. The “J Balvin” logo is showcased in a contrasting colour on the lenses.
This flat and rectangular wraparound style stands out for its single lens and metal frame. The frame front connects to metal temples that taper towards the tips. On the tips, the triangle logo makes a statement with the word “Vibras” placed above the colourful tie-dye motif.
This original, eye-catching, bright yellow wraparound style stands out for its bold and geometric temples, embellished with the eccentric “GUESS x J Balvin” logo. The single rectangular lens is raw-cut and features a zig-zag motif, the Latin singer’s distinctive signature, which plays on mirrored gold tones and yellow gradient shades.
This slim and intriguing cat-eye design features a coloured frame front that contrasts the transparent temples, which reveal the structure’s metal core. The temples also feature a zig-zag motif, the collection’s iconic design.
These stunning, slim yet bold cat-eye sunglasses are embellished with small, dazzling details on both sides of the frame front. On the temples, the “GUESS Vibras” logo stands out in contrast.