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FireBirdFusion & HALO by Viveka Gren

The Kingdom Come showpiece sunglasses

Regular price
15 000 SEK
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15 000 SEK
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The Kingdom Come is part of Swedish artist Viveka Gren's collection of insane couture sunglasses. These wonderfully flamboyant showpiece sunnies are the very definition of wearable art, suitable for any wedding, red carpet event, or visit to the race court - or just whenever you want to feel fabulous or brighten up the day. This is your opportunity to own a piece of Viveka Gren's magically creative universe.

 

About the Kingdome Come

Size: Universal adult size

Colours: Black and silver mirrored lenses. Two silver coloured dragons guard your vision.

Please note that due to the settings of your phone or computer, the colours of the pictures might vary slightly.

Quality and technical info: All sunglasses are created on CE marked bases with UV filter. This piece is based on a category 4, UV 400.

Weight: XX gr

The Kingdom Come are a lot heavier than a regular pair of sunglasses. They are not the most comfortable to wear for longer periods, but works for music videos, shoots or shorter periods in the beginning before your head has gotten used to the extra weight. I've made adaptations such as broader silicone nose pads to increase the comfort, and a complementary silicone band is included which can be used to further relieve the weight.

I recommend to get used to wearing these art sunglasses little by little, to wear them for shorter periods in the beginning to get used to the weight. Let your body adapt, it's like learning how to walk in heels. Even if the adornments do not hinder the vision, I do not recommend that you drive a car while wearing these beauties.

The Kingdom Come comes with a removable neck chain, which helps you not to displace your new all time favorite sunnies. The neck chain also let you wear these sunglasses on your chest, like a necklace. You will also recieve a silicon band which can be used to further secure your sunglasses. 

 

Care: The Kingdom Come sunglasses are an art object, and should be treated as such. Take care when handling. Avoid anything that can scratch the lenses, like laying them on a table with the lenses down towards the surface. To protect the mechanism of the sunglasses, one should never wear a pair of glasses on the head, like a headband. It will with time damage the mechanism.

Can be wiped with glasses cleaning pads, or a damp, luke warm cloth. 

Due to the size they do not fit in a regular sunglasses case, but you will receive an organza dust bag and storage box for when they are not used. 

Sustainability footprint: Created with 20% repurposed materials (the dragons and the silver coloured chains)

Photographers Cover photo Sanne Verheij den Bergenhenegouwen (NL), second photo Swedish photographer David Geborek Lundberg