In 2022, we’re putting our personalities on full display, and our choice of eyewear is one of the most obvious ways of doing just that. Express your style and your personality through your eyewear. Below are the main eyewear trends inspired by fashion week runways shows. Get a head start finding the unique frame that will enhance your look and accentuate your gaze.


Gucci GG0141S

Oversized frames have been making a comeback for some time now. This trend is undeniable this Spring, as fashion models at the Tom Ford shows were seen wearing lenses that covered the upper half of their face, while thick frames dominated the Gucci shows. At the extremes, we see glasses covering the entire face like a facial mask. While you don’t have to go that far, don’t hesitate to adopt this trend!


Neubau Virginia-N17

After last Spring’s 1970’s trend, this year, we go back in time a little more to the ’60s. The sixties bring their share of optimism and style, as mini-skirts, trapeze dresses, and monochrome dressing make a comeback on the runways. As for eyewear fashions, we noticed hints of both casual and vintage. Despite this remarkable comeback for the 60s, the 70s have not said their last word and remain a safe choice.


Lya Z5009-C3

This already-existing trend will gain even more ground this year, and for a good reason. Geometric shapes add style with discretion and originality. Glasses with unique angles can sometimes be oversized or extra thin, adding dimension to the look. Without a doubt, the more angular styles, often with slim temples, have a more airy and refined aesthetic.


Tiffany & Co TF-4148

Look for frames with prints, sequins, or jewels on the temples to make a splash at any event. Seek out styles with details on the frame, temples or bridge for a little extra pizzazz.


LYA Z1002-C1

This year, dare to wear colour! In 2022, eyewear will be as colourful as it is original. Shades that will light up your face, such as red, blue and green, will be seen everywhere. Usually seen on rather large frames, colours are also seen on tortoiseshell and temple details. Subtle touches of blue, green or pink bring life to more classic styles!