Kering Eyewear

Kering Eyewear is the one and only Luxury Eyewear company. Beginning as a startup in 2014, Kering Eyewear has grown exponentially since then, thanks to the strong support of the Kering Group, the extraordinary portfolio of 15 Luxury and Lifestyle brands and the best team of professionals in the industry.
Kering Eyewear is the game changer, having implemented its innovative business model and unique luxury approach.
Kering Eyewear is part of the Kering Group, a global Luxury group that develops an ensemble of luxury houses in fashion, leather goods, jewellery and watches.
Today, Kering Eyewear designs, develops and distributes eyewear for a complete and well-balanced portfolio of 15 brands: Gucci, Cartier, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Chloé, Alexander McQueen, Montblanc, Brioni, Dunhill, Boucheron, Pomellato, Alaïa, McQ, Puma.

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dunhill

Kering Eyewear and Dunhill are pleased to announce model Uta Uchida as the face of its exclusive Spring Summer 2021 Eyewear campaign in Japan.


Known for his elegant and contemporary style, reflecting the codes of the House today, Uta showcases the latest Spring Summer 2021 collection by Creative Director Mark Weston.


Unveiled in this campaign and inspired by the legendary style of British icons from the 70s and 80s, the collection conveys a new vision of sophistication, with a subversive approach to proportion and fabrication.

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Our Journey

Kering Eyewear’s journey started, completely from scratch, at the end of 2014. A very small team with a big vision: to change the world of Frames and Sunglasses by creating the first Luxury company in the Eyewear industry.

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Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen Studded Lens

The Spring/Summer 2021 pre-collection sees the introduction of new eyewear families, including the Studded Lens Sunglasses

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