Wauw – this is “AU”. A sturdy little panto frame by WOOD FELLAS with a sunny temper. We love how this chalked-oak frame works for Nuria’s complexion, and just look at the beautiful reflections of the Royal Palace of Madrid in those blue mirrored Zeiss lenses.
WOOD FELLAS has stamped its influence all over streetwear style, from clean elegance through to the archetypal 80s hip-hop look. This has included collaborating with Parisian fashion collective Montaigne Street on the creation of the Planète Sombre sunglasses, whose launch was attended by OFF White creative director Virgil Abloh and led to online magazine Highsnobiety describing the label’s eyewear as “on-point wooden accessories”.
WOOD FELLAS does not follow the crowd – instead, it has blazed a trail of its own from day one, effortlessly fusing design of the highest standard with environmental responsibility. The materials used, such as wood, horn and wafer-thin stone, inject these extraordinary creations with an aesthetic appeal all of their own and make them instantly recognisable.
Eyewear: WOOD FELLAS
Model: her: Nuria Gomez of La Espejuelos
Photographer: Miguel Mazon Varela