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Consistently leading the fashion pack, Italian fashion house Prada proves that accessories are just as covetable as the ready-to-wear line. The sunglasses collection focuses on understated style, classic oversized frames, aviators, cats-eye styles and vintage 50s shapes, with some discreetly wow touches, such as swirled arms and frames.

The Prada Sunglasses Buying Guide

Prada is a fashion house that continues to define Italian luxury and design, and its eyewear collection is no exception. Reflecting the brand’s sophisticated aesthetic and uncompromising quality, each pair of Prada sunglasses conveys a casual yet sophisticated approach to style. From oversized statement frames, vintage cat-eye or the Linea Rossa line, take a look at our Prada wallets buying guide, which will help you narrow down the best styles and decide which size you should go for.

The most wanted Prada sunglasses

  • Prada Cinéma Sunglasses

     Defined by its 'full circle' frame with large lenses and a statement metal bridge that accentuates the face, the Prada Cinéma silhouette is a sophisticated design with a signature oversized shape. Inspired by vintage 60s styles, this model is available with printed acetate frames that range from tortoiseshell to classic black.

  • Prada Ultravox Sunglasses

    Sleek lines and a signature 90s wrap-around silhouette make Prada’s Ultravox sunglasses a popular design. Crafted with an acetate frame and lenses that offer 100% UVA & UVB protection, these sunglasses deliver on both style and substance in colorways that range from warning yellow to bright white.

  • Prada Linea Rossa Sunglasses

    Approaching eyewear from a technical perspective, Prada’s Linea Rossa sunglasses represent a fusion of sportswear, innovation and contemporary elegance. Offering functional details and ergonomic designs, the signature red line has become a sign of performance excellence – engineering unisex designs for athletic pursuits and everyday wear.

The Prada Sunglasses Sizing Guide

Prada sunglasses offer lens, nose and temple measurements to ensure you can choose a style that’s the correct shape and fit. Displayed in millimeters, Prada also stocks a selection of ‘alternative fit’ sunglasses with smaller and larger than average dimensions. To find the right pair of Prada sunglasses, find your frame size by looking at the arm of your favorite pair of sunglasses. Alternatively, you can measure your frame size by calculating the distance between your temples with a ruler in a mirror.

Please note that wrap-style frames fit more snugly than others. 

Suggested Frame SizeFace Size (temple to temple)
49mm115mm or 4.5”
52mm127mm or 5”
54mm130mm or 5.125”
55mm135mm or 5.25”
57mm140mm or 5.5”
58mm146mm or 5.75”
61mm152mm or 6”
59mm (Raptor only)140mm or 5.5”
How do you tell whether Prada sunglasses are real?

Genuine Prada sunglasses can be authenticated by inspecting the model number on the right temple and ensuring they have the CE logo – meaning they conform to European standards. New Prada sunglasses also have a serial number etched in the top corner of the lens for added security.

Are Prada sunglasses made in Italy?

Prada sunglasses are manufactured by Luxottica in Italy. The world’s largest eyewear manufacturer, it has six factories in Italy and is based near Turin - combining traditional Italian techniques with the speed and efficiency of automation. Acetate frames are made in the Agordo, Sedico, Pederobba and Lauriano facilities, whilst metal components are made in Agordo and Rovereto.

Do Prada sunglasses protect against UVA & UVB?

Prada sunglasses protect from 100% of harmful UVA and UVB rays. All Prada sunglasses meet European standards and carry the ‘CE‘ mark which should be visible on the sunglasses. This rating ensures that all light rays with wavelengths up to 400 nanometers are blocked out.