In the frame: Serengeti sunglasses

For a unique combination of cutting-edge technology and design, look no further than Serengeti for your next pair of shades

Style 6 Dec 2021

Serengeti Geary sunglasses, £370
Serengeti Geary frames in red acetate

For anyone looking for sunglasses that work as hard as they look good, Serengeti should be on their list. The glasses are known for being one of the best for driving thanks to the unique technology behind the brand’s three-in-one lenses. The lenses have been developed to adapt to light and UV radiation levels, block up to 96 per cent of blue light, protect eyes from glare and use their unique Spectral Control technology to even enhance the wearer’s vision by improving contrasts and colour perception. No wonder everyone from Le Mans to the Pope has worked with Serengeti on eyewear. 

As well as being technologically advanced, the glasses are extremely stylish, boasting a collection of women and men’s frames in bold colours and flattering shapes. The Geary, for example, offers a chic rounded and paired-back new take to an aviator frame with a certain refined, steampunk aesthetic. While the Haywood comes from Serengeti’s Driving Heritage capsule collection and is a modern, simplified pilot frame with a single bridge. 

Serengeti also has a serious collection for sports lovers, including pairs made to keep safe and sharp in the snow as well as the sun.