Founded in 1997, Zadig & Voltaire is a French prêt-à-porter Maison. Zadig & Voltaire has created and established a new idea of luxury and has been able to build up a solid consensus among customers all over the world, giving life to a real community of loyal supporters.
The soul of Zadig&Voltaire is the result of the creative direction of Cecilia Bönström, who inspires its lively identity and "rock" feel. Pure and precious materials, combined with a casual-chic and rock, unmistakable style, have rapidly become the brand's hallmarks. Zadig&Voltaire creations, initially designed only for women, have included menswear since 2004 and also childrenswear since 2006.
Zadig & Voltaire, which embodies a new type of French luxury and has about 300 points of sale in the world, can rely on a strategic distribution network. The Zadig&Voltaire eyewear collection will mirror this contemporary spirit with styles designed for a timeless look.
Sun Collection 2019
For the 2019 spring/summer season, Zadig & Voltaire are proposing an eyewear collection in which rock and romanticism combine to create a typically Parisian allure. The glasses’ characterising feature is a strong yet delicate design, with balanced masculine and feminine elements. The classic drop and cat-eye shapes become edgy thanks to the iconic stud detail. Vintage-style frames are interpreted in oversize key, with combined structures made of different materials. 90s inspired models are customised with iconic words (such as AMOUR, ROCK and ZADIG) written in bold and bright colours - for a timeless, elegantly tousled woman whose life is full of music and travelling.
Optical Collection 2018
Zadig & Voltaire 2018 Optical Collection is contemporary and casual chic, in a style that is apparently easy but never banal. The brand’s irreverent, typically French appeal is brought back in acetate styles decorated with hand-applied studs and pyramid trim. Shapes of vintage inspiration made with prestigious materials such as aluminium. The most classic frames are ultra-light, with slender metal temples. Dark colours such as black and Havana predominate, but there are also brighter hues such as red and blue.