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Jul 22, 2013  ·  2 min read

By Benjamen Judd

When worlds collide, huh! We love the sunglasses made by Australian brand Colab and we love Elke Kramer’s amazing jewellery so when we found out that they had collaborated on a new range of eyewear. Well, let’s just say MIND BLOWN.

But wait, there’s more. Not only have the two collaborated but Elke has drawn inspiration from one of our favourite poets of all time. Yes we have a favourite poet, don’t you? Charles Baudelaire was a womanizing, French drunk who had a tendency to roam the streets late at night and fraternize with the questionable of the questionable of people. Totally our kind of guy. Anyway, so Chuck wrote a collection of poems called Les Fleurs du mal, or, The Flowers of Evil. And this was Elke’s inspiration.

The range is exactly what you would expect from two such artists – frames come a series of core shapes for men and women. But it’s the details that are making us swoon the most, such as the rose-gold hardware on the Revolte; the contrast marble frames and the use of grey lens (we find brown ones don’t work for us).

This collection is a limited edition range only and once off the shelves they will be no longer available so get in quick.

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