Alexander McQueen 2017 Spring / Summer Eyewear Collection

Taking inspiration from classic eyewear shapes, Alexander McQ works with iconic styles, distorting them with innovative use of technical materials and unexpected flashes of colour. For Spring Summer, the collection is sharp, youthful and provocative.

Gravity Bar:

Inspired by the 1970s, this lightweight structural aviator style is available in two iterations: an angular cat-eye for women and a sharply cut hexagonal unisex shape. A flat fronted bar runs boldly across the top of the frames, connecting the lenses.  Both styles are available in matte black, silver and matte gold.


A large cat-eye style for women, available in vibrant pink and blue tortoiseshell. The glasses feature tonal lenses inspired by the bright colours splashed across punk fanzines. The temple has a raised 3D logo, integrated on the left side only. The Artstar is also offered in classic Havana tortoiseshell and black.

Discord Unisex:

A square wayfarer shape crafted in acetate is contrasted with fine metal temples. The McQ redaction style logo is embossed on the left side only for an understated and directional look. It is available in classic black with silver temples and variations of the Havana tortoiseshell with a selection of coloured metal temples.


McQueen Eyewear is exclusively distributed by SDM Eyewear.

To locate your nearest stockist call SDM Eyewear on 011 334 7020

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Optical Frame retail from R2,375.00

Sunglasses Frame retail from R2,185.00

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