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Michael Kors Sunglasses

Once on Vacation and Back

Whether you're going hiking in the mountains in Austria, visiting the cliffs on the Algarve coast, mingling in the hustle and bustle of the markets of Marrakesh, sipping delicious cocktails under palms trees on Curaçao or relaxing in a hammock on Fiji: the models from the Michael Kors sunglasses collection perfect your outfit anywhere ... and not only on vacation.

Female model wearing Michael Kors sunglasses for women

Background of Michael Kors Sunglasses

It is difficult to retrospectively determine a definite point in time when Michael Kors finally made a conscious decision to make a living as a fashion designer. Perhaps it happened when Dawn Mello, the fashion director of Bergdorf Goodman visited Lothar's, the New York boutique on 57th Street, where the future fashion star was then employed as a salesman, window dresser, and in-house designer. She immediately recognised the talent that lay dormant in the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) drop-out and explained that she would be happy to look at his collection should he ever decide to branch out in the world of fashion.

Maybe it happened when in 1981 the designer was conjuring up his Michael Kors brand, now estimated to be worth billions of dollars, or when he opened his first boutique on the ground floor of his parents' house when he had just turned 12 years old. However, it is also possible that the conscious decision to make a name for himself in the competitive world of fashion had taken shape much earlier, in the sketches he started to draw as soon as he could hold a pencil.

The fashion designer, born in 1959 in Merrick, Long Island and whose real name is Karl Anderson Jr., loved to go shopping with his mother from his early years on. But not in toy stores as kids did and do, but rather in boutiques. "As an only child I was surrounded by very strong women who were obsessed with fashion, each having their own style. My mother's views were different from those of my grandmother, and my aunts also had minds of their own. But I was also influenced by the men in my family, my grandfather working in the textile industry, my uncle in the fashion business. Only my father had nothing to do with this world. He ran a gas station and was sort of an outsider. From an early age, I learned from my family that fashion was not just a frivolous pastime, it was also a way of making a living," he said in an interview with the newspaper Die Welt.

Curiosity determined his passion. He constantly watched people and their environment, analysing them formally and always considering how their appearance could be improved... and always with ulterior motives: economic and monetary. "I made leather bags, copper jewellery, dyed and batiked things, but at the same time, it was about business. And it was often like that when I listened to my family, when, for example, an uncle talked about a new collection he was dealing with, commenting that this and that coat would sell fantastically. That's how I learned early on that it is exciting to design, manufacture and then see that there is someone who not only buys the products but also uses them in everyday life. And so, my aim from the beginning was to create something that would be sold."

And sell he did, when from 1999 to 2003 he was Creative Director at Céline where he saw the bigger picture, in some areas perhaps like no other, which paid off extremely well. In his global empire, which is an indispensable part of the major fashion capitals of the globe, and with the affectionate nickname Michael, Mr. Moneybag or the three-million-dollar-bag-man, Kors has not only been one of the 100 most influential men on the planet since 2014, according to Time Magazine, but a year earlier also broke the financial sound barrier by being included in the billionaire list of Forbes Magazine.

The trademarks of his empire include the world-famous Michael Kors handbags, his own jewellery collections or his creations for men and women that have democratised the fashion market. But the success story of the man, who has always been tanned since childhood because he says it gives him a "glamorous and dynamic" appearance, did not stop short at the sunglasses industry.

Today Michael Kors eyewear, with its unmistakable MK-gold logo, is alongside Ray-Ban, Oakley, Gucci and Prada, one of the most successful designer brands in the eyewear market. However, Kors and his company, whose frames are produced by Luxoticca have always remained true to themselves, because the fashion connoisseur knows his strengths, which are less at home in intellectual fashion, but rather lie in a familiar and pleasant, intuitive attraction, without neglecting a certain claim for luxury. The name Kors is the epitome of "sporty elegance" in US-American understanding. Instead of permanently subduing to the pressure of current trends, the New York designer and his team rely on timeless chic that simultaneously radiates elegance and simplicity.

Originals vs Fakes

And sticking to this motto, the fashion giant has done extremely well in all sectors, which is evident in the deluge of copies, which have been flooding the market for years. Nevertheless, the following often applies: often copied, more often failed and so far, no fake Michael Kors sunglasses have been able to replicate the unique style and the exceptional standards of the brand.

Nevertheless, there have been a million-fold attempts, because a real forgery industry has developed around the myth of the brand. To make sure you have a Michael Kors original, you should pay attention to a few details: the price of Michael Kors sunglasses should always be a first indicator. In addition, after purchase the chic eyeglasses should be supplied in a Michael Kors case complete with a Michael Kors eyeglass cloth. Also, the engraved serial number on the outside of the left temple should not be able to be scratched off, any more than the lettering "Michael Kors" or the CE on the inside of the right temple which stands for production according to the strictest EU stipulations. And the golden Michael Kors logo, which can be found on some models, should also not be able to be scratched off or in any way appear inconsistent (e.g. the distance between the lettering). Another identification mark is the company name (Michael Kors) at the top of the left lens. You should also stay away from sunglasses with the spelling Micael Kors or Michael Kohrs as otherwise you are running the risk of wearing a fake.

A Favourite Piece of Everyday Life for Stars and Starlets

Famous faces like the actresses Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Kate Beckinsale, Jennifer Aniston and Emma Stone also serve as models for Michael Kors sunglasses designs. Their colleagues Jamie Foxx, Brad Pitt, Michael Douglas and Robert Downey Jr. were also spotted at several beach resorts wearing a variety of models from the Michael Kors sunglasses collection 2015, 2016 or ** 2017**. The 2018 collection will also enchant sun worshippers like the singers Nicole Scherzinger, Lana Del Rey, Demi Lovato, Rita Ora, Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus. Even fashion models like Nina Agdal, Kate Upton, Lais Ribeiro, Karlie Kloss and Bella Hadid are among the fans of the sporty sunglasses line of the US-American designer.

MK Sunglasses Models - Luxury for Everyday Life

The Michael Kors Holdings Limited creates small works of art, which are not restricted by current trends, but - if anything - are incorporated into original designs (Michael Kors Jan MK2045). However, Michael Kors stops at nothing. Classical frames are combined with colourful and unconventional colour patterns, while exceptional models (Michael Kors Suz MK2055) are given a spartan look. Kors is and remains faithful to his line, which is synonymous with "sporty elegance" that everyone can identify with. This is not least the well-known, almost instinctive charisma that the sunglasses frames convey to their wearer in a perfect blend of timeless chic, extravagance and simplicity (Michael Kors Hvar MK5007).

The Michael Kors Chelsea (MK5004) knows no limits but rather pushes them. The sporty style creates a feminine look, thanks to the colourful lens combinations, which lends every outfit cool elegance.

The Michael Kors Adrianna I (MK1010), Michael Kors Adrianna II (MK2024) and Michael Kors Adrianna III (MK2023) continue to be extremely popular. Just as you can never go wrong with the Michael Kors Ila (MK2056).

And when it comes to cat-eye designs, the Kors designers know their stuff. A whole range of models are dedicated to the classical frame. The Michael Kors Abela II (MK6039) is just the tip of the iceberg.

Do you prefer understatement or loud and unusual like the Michael Kors Ina MK1020? Then you have come to the right place, because Michael Kors offers both. With models like the Michael Kors Lai (MK1024)the company always stand the test of time, without forgetting its own roots, so the brand can never be pigeonholed. Versatility distinguishes the fashion designer, without ever seeming low key or exaggerated.

Michael Kors men's sunglasses

Which glasses suit me?

The pink Michael Kors sunglasses (Michael Kors Sydney MK1037) and the grey Michael Kors sunglasses (Michael Kors Sue MK2051) as well as a whole range of other colours from blue, orange and green to silver and gold have all proven the test of time. Sunglasses in butterfly shape or square frame in full-rim design underline the look of every self-confident woman. To find the right pair of eyeglasses for your style, try our 3D online fitting, where after uploading a portrait photo or using your webcam you can immediately try on any models.

Buying Michael Kors Sunglasses Online

Life may not be a walk in the park, but the search function of our online shop makes buying glasses online really possible. Simply set the search filters according to shape, colour, material or the various other filter options. If you still can't decide, our "Master of Glasses" or our bloggers have some good tips to prevent the art of buying glasses from becoming rocket science.

Once you have made your choice, our digital optician form will guide you in choosing the right pair of Michael Kors prescription sunglasses and in finding the right lenses. For example, the blue lenses (Michael Kors Lex MK2046, Michael Kors Lex MK2046). We also offer polarized Michael Kors sunglasses (Michael Kors Banff MK2066, Michael Kors Lisbon MK2062) and mirrored lenses (Michael Kors La Jolla MK1026, Michael Kors Cabo MK1027). You can also order many of our Michael Kors Sunglasses with prescription lenses (Michael Kors Abi MK2052).

Whether you're looking for Michael Kors transparent sunglasses (Michael Kors Melbourne MK1038) or gold Michael Kors sunglasses , Michael Kors Havana MK1025) depends on your taste. If you have discovered your favourite model, you can directly order the sunglasses online* from our website, making use of our various payment methods.

Our Services

With FREE delivery to the UK and other destinations worldwide or express delivery, we guarantee that your desired sunglasses will be delivered speedily and safely. Of course, you can simply return your them if, contrary to your expectations, you don't like them. However, individually made prescription lenses cannot be reimbursed unless there are technical defects. If you have any further questions, just call our customer support via our local telephone number. We will be delighted to help you.

About Us

Michael Kors is always a good choice ... in any circumstances. At Edel-Optics we also do not offer short-term discounts or short-term Sales but shine throughout the year with models at a exclusive low prices. We look with both eyes at our fashion-savvy clientele, who not only want to cut a fine figure, but also make a real fashion statement. Our motto "SEE AND BE SEEN" after all, is not a coincidence, because every customer gets unique quality at a unique price.