Shortly after dropping its slick collaboration with Sunnei, Italian label RETROSUPERFUTURE is back with its Spring/Summer 2019 sunglasses collection, and there's something for everyone.

The collection is vast and includes everyday functional glasses, color-popping shades, sharp angles, curved forms, and everything in between. Overall, the styles are minimal, elevated individually with accents particular to the specific silhouette, which makes sense once you dive into the various influences behind the collection.

Citing urban culture as the starting point, the SS19 range travels from Milan through Los Angeles to Tokyo, Seoul, and back again, drawing from each city's subcultures and mainstream scenes. That's why, as you can see in the gallery above, vibes range from timeless simple black frames to lightweight metal and bright pink, angular silhouettes.

The collection is set to drop via the label's online store. Release information to follow.

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