Frames for A Cause Designer Eyewear Targets Breast Cancer

frames for a cause

The CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) has teamed up with Barneys to launch a special capsule collection of 10 designer eyeglass frames, Frames for A Cause, in an effort to raise money for their Breast Cancer initiative.

Frames for A Cause Designer Eyewear

Frames for A Cause is a limited-edition capsule collection created as a partnership between 10 eyewear designers and the CFDA’s Fashion Targets Breast Cancer initiative. Showcasing the initiative’s signature blue and white colors, each collectible style raises money and awareness for breast cancer internationally.

Frames for A Cause Designer Eyewear – all ten designs with links to purchase.

Patty Perreira for Barton Perreira:
CFDA x Barton Perreira’s navy gradient acetate Winette sunglasses are detailed around the frames with polished silvertone metal.
CFDA x Barton Perreira
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Selima Salaun for Selima Optique:
CFDA x Selima Optique’s Evan sunglasses are handmade in France of navy and turquoise two-tone acetate styled with purple temples.
CFDA x Selima
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Blake Kuwahara:
CFDA x Blake Kuwahara’s Mills sunglasses are made in Japan of blue and grey gradient acetate subtly finished with glitter details and a transparent border.
CFDA x Blake Kuwahara
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“In today’s times when charitable efforts are needed more than ever,” Roth said. “I am very proud that the edCFDA committee brought together 10 CFDA eyewear designers to create a collective capsule collection to benefit Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.”

Jeff Press for Morgenthal Frederics:
CFDA x Morgenthal Frederics’ Lifesaver eyeglasses are handmade in France of navy and turquoise acetate.
CFDA and Morganthal Frederics
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Daniel Silberman for Illesteva:
CFDA x Illesteva’s Leonard II sunglasses are handmade in France of blue acetate styled with ivory and beige marbleized temples.
CFDA x illesteva
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Barbara McReynolds and Gai Gherardi for l.a. Eyeworks:
CFDA x l.a.Eyeworks’ Bosco sunglasses are made of matte blue metal trimmed around the lenses with turquoise.
CFDA x LA eyeworks
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Robert Marc:
CFDA x Robert Marc’s FTBC-1 sunglasses are handmade in France of blue gradient acetate.
CFSA x Robert Marc
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Shane Baum for Leisure Society:
CFDA x Leisure Society’s LS79 sunglasses are handmade in Japan of 12k white-gold-plated titanium accented at the front with navy and turquoise enamel.
CFDA x leisure society
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Grant Krajecki and Natalie Levy for Grey Ant:
CFDA x GREY ANT’s Megalast II aviator sunglasses are handmade in Italy of blue metal and feature a geometric shape.
cfda x grey ant
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Christian Roth:
CFDA x Christian Roth’s CRS00043 sunglasses are made of blue and white two-tone acetate styled with silvertone metal temples.
CFDA x christian roth

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The frames made their debut at Vision Expo East, the eyewear trade show taking place at the Javits Center through Sunday.

The Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. (CFDA) is a not-for-profit trade association, founded in 1962, whose membership consists of more than 500 of America’s foremost womenswear, menswear, jewelry and accessory designers.

The CFDA foundation, Inc. is a separate not-for-profit organization, which was created to raise funds for charity and industry activities.

In addition to hosting the annual CFDA Fashion Awards, the trade organization owns the Fashion Calendar and stages New York Fashion Week: Men’s.