Calling all luxury sunglass collectors—you won’t want to miss this drop. Innovative and future-forward eyewear brand, Barton Perreira, is launching their limited edition Cora frame on Aug. 12.
Not only is this Barton Perreira’s first limited frame, but they’re only making 550 pairs of the Cora worldwide, so you’ll want to move fast. Available in light blue, dark pink, ivory, black and leopard print, the Cora exudes glamor and decadence with a touch of rebellious flair. Its refined wrap silhouette and unique oversized temples are complemented by dreamy interwoven silk ribbons connected by a 24K gold logo.
In line with the exclusive nature of the frames, purchasing the Cora will include limited edition packaging and a collector’s card all for $935. You can find the Cora online and in stores like Bergdorf Goodman, Saks 5th Avenue and Neiman Marcus.
Barton Perreira is a craftsmanship-oriented company dedicated to providing its customers with the finest eyewear products in the world. Handcrafted in Japan, just one pair of Barton Perreira frames takes weeks to meticulously perfect. Precision and virtue are at the forefront of every pair of frames, ensuring the highest quality products.
Founded by Patty Perreira—a designer who has been featured in collections like Vera Wang, Prada, Miu Miu and Paul Smith—and Bill Barton, a former optician who learned the intricacies of what makes the perfect frame, Barton Perreira specializes in both sunglasses and regular glasses alike. They even offer virtual try-ons through their website so customers can get a real sense of which frames best suit their features.
Working on collaborative collections with brands such as Fear of God and Teddy Vonranson, Barton Perreira always finds new ways to push the envelope in the eyewear industry. They even teamed up with the James Bond movie franchise to create their 007 No Time To Die collection, which was featured in the 2021 film.
With the launch of the Cora being highly competitive, we recommend you don’t waste any time securing a pair of these showstopping frames.