The Clare V. x Steven Alan Sunnies are Here!

The future is bright for Clare V., which is why we’ve teamed up with our friends at Steven Alan to create a custom collection of sunglasses just in time for Summer. This exciting collaboration is a unique reflection of both brands and got the exclusive scoop straight from Clare. From the retro shapes to the cheery colors that scream CV, they’re a really refreshing option. We had a few of our favorite ladies, Clare, Sophie and Chloe, model some of the frames, which are now available in both CV stores and on Get a look at some of our favorite ways to wear them! -Alexis


The best undone look we can imagine: Soph in the Cap Ferrat shades that no CV bag should be without.


Clare modeled her favorite Cap Ferrats right outside CVHQ. We adore this shot of her and a few of her favorite things: iPhone, espresso, Smythson notebook and Clare V. x Steven Alan sunnies.


Soph shows us how to wear the Nice right into Fall with a tough moto jacket and a Steven Alan button-down layered underneath.


Chloe put on the Calais sunglasses in Tomate as soon as they hit the studio. We think they happen to pair perfectly with her CV Bonjour Tee.


And here’s Soph again in her Cap Ferrat sunglasses with a bit of a floral backdrop for effect. Check out her Oui tee too, one of the latest styles available for sale.

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CV was shot at a cafe in NY in her bleu and rouge Cap Ferrat sunnies – so chic!

502A6558We asked Sophie to take the Calais for a spin, and show us just how good they look in the pot du creme shade. The lighter, brighter color feels just right.

Shop the exclusive collection now!




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