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 2018
Zadig & Voltaire have designed their Spring Summer 2018 collection for a confident and audacious woman, combining the typical French allure of the brand with a rock soul. The slightly retro-inspired eyewear has been updated by modern details, in a balanced blend of urban and chic style. The thicker acetate frames are embellished by studs for a rock ‘n’ roll look or made from highly colourful acetate, perfect for the summer. The lightweight metal spotlights minimal and sophisticatedly shaped front pieces. The lenses - flat and oversized, cosmetic or mirrored - take centre stage and provide classic aviator and cat-eye shapes with additional character.
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.