A/W 2024 fashion week

The A/W 2024 fashion week has concluded, showcasing some incredible eyewear trends that are sure to make a lasting impact. After carefully analysing the images, I have identified two standout themes that are poised to dominate the fashion scene as we head into winter 2024. These trends embody sophistication and are set to endure well into 2025, cementing their status as timeless styles.

Ruby Red

The deep ruby red lenses are making a strong statement in eyewear fashion for the A/W 2024 season. This rich colour provides a chic and bold option in contrast to the usual brown lenses, and it’s been showcased by various top designers on the runway.

Image source: Screenshot from Harper's Bazaar. Designer Chloe

Image source: Screenshot from Harper’s Bazaar. Designer Chloe

Image source: Screenshot from Harper's Bazaar. Designer Coach

Image source: Screenshot from Harper’s Bazaar. Designer Coach

Image source: Screenshot from Harper's Bazaar. Designer Miu Miu

Image source: Screenshot from Harper’s Bazaar. Designer Miu Miu

Going Nano

The second trend I am observing is the move towards smaller glasses shapes, which is a departure from the previously popular larger styles. It seems that for A/W 2024, the trend is shifting towards more compact designs. So, it is still giving a nod to that 90’s vibe which has been very popular in the fashion scene.

Image source: Screenshot from Harper's Bazaar. Designer Acne Studio

Image source: Screenshot from Harper’s Bazaar. Designer Acne Studio

Image source: Screenshot from Harper's Bazaar. Designer Prada

Image source: Screenshot from Harper’s Bazaar. Designer Prada

Image source: Screenshot from Harper's Bazaar. Designer Valentino

Image source: Screenshot from Harper’s Bazaar. Designer Valentino

The deep red lens trend is definitely something I could see myself getting behind. It adds an intriguing touch of mystery to any outfit and has a cool, edgy vibe that I’m drawn to. I think it’s a unique and stylish way to make a statement with eyewear.

Note: All images are screenshots from Harper’s Bazaar.