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RETROSUPERFUTURE

At Blue & Cream, it is our pleasure to curate a selection of the best brands on the market. One brand we are proud to work with is RETROSUPERFUTURE. RETROSUPERFUTURE was founded in 2007 and has become one of the most talked about eyewear labels since. Manufactured in Italy using only the best materials, this line of eyewear uses ZEISS lenses, which are most commonly used in Sony and Nokia cameras. That means you will be getting protection you trust in all weather conditions. RETROSUPERFUTURE's eyewear quickly became popular among celebrities like Kanye West, Daft Punk, and more while also being featured in publications like Vogue and The New York Times. Browse our full selection of eyewear and find out for yourself why RETROSUPERFUTURE has become so popular.

Whether you are looking for a classic silhouette or a distinctly feminine look, RETROSUPERFUTURE's collection is sure to have something that looks great on you. RETROSUPERFUTURE's Tuttolente series is known for its unique transparent frames, and the Mona improves on that. The Mona is made to appear as one solid piece that combines the frame, lenses, and arms and each piece is made of the same black lens material. One of the most distinct silhouettes in eyewear is the cat eye. With the Lucia series, RETROSUPERFUTURE gives their own take on the classic cat eye shape. For a pair of summer shades that provide maximum comfort, look to the Arca series. These glasses are made to be worn easily without worrying about hurting your nose. Browse our full collection of RETROSUPERFUTURE eyewear to find the pair that will complement your everyday look.

Blue & Cream is the ultimate destination for shoppers with distinguished tastes. Our goal is to provide you with a curated selection of the hottest designers and a hassle-free shopping experience. If you have any questions while browsing our collection, please feel free to reach out for further assistance. We would be happy to help.