SUNDAY SOMEWHERE | ITSLIQUID

SUNDAY SOMEWHERE

Fashion | July 25, 2019 |

sunday somewhere Image courtesy of Sunday Somewhere

Sunday Somewhere

There are some people who never feel the urge to leave the house. They’re content to stay in the city they came from, the couch they sit on, and the 360 degree view around them. Then there’s the rest of us. The people who can’t sit still, and always keep their passports close to them – just in case. Whether you call it wanderlust, a love of travel or good old curiosity – the fact remains the same: Your hunger to explore cannot be quenched, no matter how many vacations or journeys you take.

sunday somewhereImage courtesy of Sunday Somewhere

For you, there’s always someone new to meet, somewhere different to explore. You’re into last-minute flights and trips without a destination. Destinations require plans, and you’re not into the whole planning thing. In your experience, travelling without one always leads to more excitement.
Welcome to Sunday, Somewhere.

sunday somewhereImage courtesy of Sunday Somewhere

VOYAGE is inspired by Pushkar and Jaipur, two contrasting locations in India with swarms of colour and buzzing sound. The ultimate sensory experience – everything you see, sets you free. The collection delivers 11 new sun styles that unmistakably capture the SUNDAY SOMEWHERE ethos of “living every day like it’s a Sunday”.

sunday somewhereImage courtesy of Sunday Somewhere

Introducing the ANDY, a streamlined all-over metal aviator silhouette. ARIO and YAYA, two male-specific, future-classics in the making. BLOSSOM, SASKIA and BON BON for your femme-fatale cat-eye fix, while the URSULA offers an elegant yet electric look. ELIZABETH, soft and gentle in nature, this hexagonal silhouette exudes confidence and will get you noticed wherever you go. For the fashion girl, the HARPER will become a go-to staple channelling a strong over-sized look. The IGGY and SEDGWICK bold and original, the perfect mixture of curved line.

sunday somewhereImage courtesy of Sunday Somewhere

The collection delivers 5 new optical styles that can be taken from indoors to the great outdoors.
Introducing CONNIE, a light-weight and balanced silhouette, perfect for an everyday classic look. MARY, beautifully refined for an ‘oh-la-la’ reaction, as optical and as sun. OTTOLIO and PETE, for him or her and offers trendsetting style and versatility. The perfect acetate comes in the shape of the RIO, with added clip-on for sun worship.

more. www.sundaysomewhere.com

sunday somewhereImage courtesy of Sunday Somewhere

sunday somewhereImage courtesy of Sunday Somewhere

sunday somewhereImage courtesy of Sunday Somewhere

Are you an artist, architect, designer? Would you like to be featured on ITSLIQUID platform? Send an e-mail to info@itsliquid.com or fill the form below

RELATED POSTS


IT’S OUR F***ING BACKYARD DESIGNING…

Design | July 2, 2022

The Stedelijk spotlights the greatest challenge of our time: the climate crisis. The exhibition It’s Our F***ing Backyard shows that designers can make a compelling difference: through innovative experiments or by drawing on local knowledge, they invite us to look at materials in a radically new way and offer us design that is both responsible and aesthetic, comfortable and accessible. Read more


MAKING NUNO

Fashion | June 30, 2022

For more than 30 years, the Japanese textile designer Sudō Reiko and the team at her NUNO studio have been designing fabrics of unique beauty that have found worldwide acclaim. Read more


ESMA DEREBOY

Design | June 29, 2022

Esma Dereboy, one of the new era designers of Turkey, has achieved an important success by winning the IF DESIGN AWARD and the RED DOT AWARDS, which are the most important of the world-famous design awards this year. Read more


COLOUR RUSH!

Design | June 21, 2022

The annual presentation at the Vitra Schaudepot reveals the collection of the Vitra Design Museum in a fresh light every year. The new focus topic, which will be on display from May 2022 to May 2023, is wholly devoted to colour. Following an invitation from the Vitra Design Museum, Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis has transformed the Schaudepot in one simple, sweeping gesture by sorting its roughly four hundred exhibits by colour. Read more


Sign up for our Newsletter.

Enter your email to receive our latest updates!