Cara Delevingne added a selfie last week to instagram of her sporting some impressive blue eyebrows, and while we were shocked by her radical new shade of brows, we also couldn't help but notice the diamond shaped, brown sunnies she was wearing. They are some of the most bonkers eyewear we have seen for quite some time.
Then yesterday Cara D was spotted out and about in London smelling roses outside a florist, posing in the middle of the road and playing with a bull dog (all for a photoshoot of course). While we loved her camo jacket, highlighter yellow scarf and bottle green beanie she wore on set, we couldn't help but notice she was rocking the same look-at-me sunnies in between takes.
The good news is you can now buy the retro shades for yourself as we can exclusively reveal that they go live on ASOS from today along with 48 styles from their Spring Summer collection. We reckon they will sell out in a flash thanks to the extremely loyal Cara army. Queen Delevingne's 'Rudeboy' shades are just £60 and by the Australian brand Le Specs which has been building up a real cult following and is launching in the UK this summer.
A selection of the 'Kokomo' Le Specs sunnies available today on ASOS
Cara's buddy RiRi is also a fan of Le Specs and has been spotted in their dark, oversized shades. Miranda Kerr wore a mahoosive pair of Le Specs sunglasses on her holiday - the perfect beach accessory, we thinks.
The Oz brand has been getting attention down under since the 80s, and is known for creating young, fun reinventions of classic shapes. They recently collaborated with the number uno fun designer, Mr Henry Holland creating a collection of coloured and hooded specs. But their latest collection, called 'Kokomo,' takes you to Jamaica as the 36-piece collection features island colours.
There are extreme-round, cats eye and sports-luxe aviator shades in acid yellow, bright cobalt and vibrant mint. We especially love the round blue and white shades called 'Ding a ling' which are just £48 and the pink lensed glasses called Halfmoom Magic which you can buy for £42. Cara's triangular shades are also part of the Jamaican inspired collection.
See the stars who have been wearing the Le Specs sunnies in the gallery above and head to ASOS to shop the latest collection