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The Céline label was founded by Céline Vipiana in 1945 as a children's made-to-measure shoe service. Since then, the label has grown to international proportions and is now well-known for its minimalist offering tinged with vintage inspiration. Head of the label is designer Phoebe Philo, who prefers a pared-back, minimalist aesthetic, infusing this across ready-to-wear and accessories. Sunglasses range from thin framed styles that daintily perch on the nose, to bold geometric or retro cat-eye shapes in subtle colours.

The Celine Sunglasses Buying Guide

Synonymous with Parisian chic; Celine offers a range of sunglasses that combines classic; minimalist silhouettes with contemporary elegance. Taking an understated approach to design with a focus on high-quality materials; the French label’s sunglasses will prove to be a worthy investment over the seasons. Expect an eyewear collection featuring everything from aviator and round-framed styles to cat-eye and butterfly shapes. Read on for our Celine sunglasses buying guide; to help you decide on the pieces that suit you best and to care for them.

The Celine Sunglasses Sizing Guide

Unsure of what frame size to get? Although sizes will slightly differ by style; use the chart below to see measurements for each Celine sunglasses silhouette.

Frame ShapeTemple LengthLens WidthNose Bridge Length
Oversized5.3”2.2”0.9”
Butterfly5.7”2.5”0.5”
Navigator5.7”2.3”0.6”
Square5.5”2”0.9”
Round5.7”2”0.8”

How To Care For Your Celine Sunglasses

Knowing how to take care and clean your sunglasses properly can help prevent damage and ensure they look their best for longer. To clean your sunglasses, rinse off any dirt on your sunglasses under lukewarm water and ensure the water pressure is gentle. You can then add a very small amount of dish soap, which cleans without smearing the lenses or causing damage, before gently rinsing again. Dry using a clean, lint-free cloth.

It’s best to avoid polishing your sunglasses with your blouse or sweater, which can lead to scratches and smears. Always keep your sunglasses in a protective case whenever you’re not wearing them.