Ace & Tate hyperlinks with Priya Ahluwalia for first collab

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Eyewear specialist Ace & Tate has launched its first-ever collaboration with London-based trend model Ahluwalia. It mentioned the collab “champions values of creativity and accountable design, whereas tapping into the eccentric power of the London trend scene”.

Ace & Tate x Ahluwalia

The types have been initially unveiled throughout Ahluwalia’s SS24 runway present that includes the ‘Acknowledgements’ assortment.

Priya Ahluwalia has made a significant impression in current seasons with designs that mix her Nigerian-Indian heritage together with her London roots.

She mentioned: “For this collaboration I infused our signature fashion, taking part in with layering prints and textured acetate, leading to a singular visible tapestry.”

Ace & Tate mentioned the brand new sun shades line “attracts inspiration from ignored artists of the diaspora, serving as a tribute to their under-appreciated work. A few of the motifs of the gathering, symbolically ‘giving flowers’ to those that hadn’t obtained recognition earlier than, are printed on the directional Niku and Mirko types, newly launched from Ace & Tate’s SS24 assortment”.

The maximalist and barely winged Mirko body shall be accessible in two modern colourways. Mirko in Baya is a playful pink body with matching pink lenses and a subtly standout dotted sample. It’s impressed by the work of Baya Mahieddine, one in every of Algeria’s most celebrated artists, well-known for the work that might encourage Picasso to color a set known as Girls of Algeria.

Mirko in Namsa is extra of a traditional alternative, with a daring sample solely on the within of the body.

For these in search of a “modern and complicated silhouette”, the Niku body presents an oblong design that includes the Aurat and Valaida motifs. Each colourways function a custom-made core wire with Ahluwalia’s signature ‘A’.

Every pair is available in a comfortable cotton pouch with the “Ace & Tate by Ahluwalia” emblem and a cleansing material that includes Ahluwalia’s prints. They’re packaged in an ethically-sourced sugarcane field with paper wrapping displaying Ahluwalia’s signature prints.

They’re accessible now on the Ace & Tate Hanbury retailer and on-line at and for €130/£130/$150 every.

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