The Catharina is a slightly oversized cat eye silhouette. It’s a great alternative and update to shapes on range such as the Emery, Carole and Isabelle. Please get in touch with our customer service team if you would like to add prescription lenses to your frame.
Filter category 1: Fashion spectacles
Fashion spectacles with category 1 lenses are not suitable for driving at night.
Supplied by Bailey Nelson
Level 5/104 Commonwealth St
Surry Hills, NSW, 2010, Australia
(i) Not for direct observation of the sun.
(ii) Not for protection against artificial light sources e.g. solaria.
(iii) Not for use as eye protection against mechanical impact hazards.
This frame is made from acetate, a natural cotton (yep, they are plant based) that is comfortable but also very malleable, ideal for heating and cooling to get the perfect fit. We source all our acetate from an industry renowned company with over 150 years of experience in producing premium quality acetate.
Our sunglasses feature polarised lenses as standard for non-prescription sunglasses. That’s right, it’s not a typo: they include polarised
All frames come with a complimentary case to keep your glasses safe from dust and scratches on-the-go. They also come with a soft microfibre lens cloth for when they need a deep clean.
We accept all major health funds, visit your health provider’s website for easy steps to make a claim.
Our German engineered barrelled hinges have been tested to more than 100,000 uses! That’s right, after 100,000 tests they were still working in perfect order. We always use the highest hinge-barrel count a frame will allow to add strength and to ensure your frames last their longest life with you.
Our custom wire cores feature our BN wordmark, face shape engravings or wave pattern (a homage to our coastal roots) and are designed in Sydney, German engineered and crafted in China.
Our design team in Sydney are working across the seasons creating incredible on-trend frames so you’ll always look a million bucks. Our vision is to honour classic styles whilst provoking the future