Tens has unveiled a new pair of photographer-made sunglasses called Spectachrome that’s designed to give your life the color palette of a Wes Anderson movie.
The color shift, which combines rich emerald greens and accentuated citron tones, “was inspired by the distinct color palettes found in Wes Anderson films such as Moonrise Kingdom, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Hotel Chevalier,” Tens says. It’s “a view which transports the user to the whimsical world of vintage cinema and celluloid film.”
Tens made a splash back in 2014 after it unveiled its first line of Instagram-inspired sunglasses that are designed by photographers for photographers.
“It’s been five years since we launched our original filter lens, so we wanted to get this right,” says Tens co-founder Kris…
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