Etnia Barcelona – newest collection hasn’t even hit the shelves yet, and already it has graced the faces of Hollywood A-Listers such as Beyonce, Jessica Alba, Vanessa Hudgens and Isla Fisher!
All of these fashionable starlets have been spotted out in all four of the available colorways for the Limited Edition AFRICA06 style from Etnia Barcelona’s Wild Love in Africa Limited Edition Collection, which will be available for the public to purchase on the Etnia Barcelona website on September 30, 2014. Retail price for these shades is $265.
Beyonce in the Etnia Barcelona Wild Love in Africa Limited Edition AFRICA06 HVBK while in France on Monday, September 15
Jessica Alba in the Etnia Barcelona Wild Love in Africa Limited Edition AFRICA06 HOBL while at the park with her family in Beverly Hills on Sunday, September 21, 2014.
Isla Fisher in the Etnia Barcelona Wild Love in Africa Limited Edition AFRICA06 BLYW while out and about in London on Tuesday, September 23, 2014.
Vanessa Hudgens wearing the Etnia Barcelona Wild Love in Africa Limited Edition AFRICA06 BKCO at the gym on Tuesday, August 19.
About the Etnia Barcelona Wild Love in Africa Limited Edition Collection
Collaborating with famous photographer Steve McCurry (known for the infamous ‘Afghan Girl’ image which graced the cover of National Geographic in 1985) The Wild Love in Africa collection is inspired by the African Savanna and its textures, reproducing the color of wood, zebra hair, giraffe skin and horns.
The collection is made from the best materials available. The acetate is designed by Etnia Barcelona and manufactured by Mazzucchelli (Milan); the largest acetate production plant in Europe. This is a 100% eco-friendly acetate, made using natural organic compounds (cotton and cellulose paste) that are 100% recyclable and biodegradable. The styles also feature mineral lenses by the Italian manufacturer Barberini.
PLUS there is a CHARITY COMPONENT with Etnia Barcelona’s Wild Love in Africa collection collaborates with the NGO Africa Rising Foundation donating 2% of global sales, contributing thus to the important work of this organization. Africa Rising is a non-profit organisation founded by Ndaba and Kweku Mandela at the end of 2009 in order to contribute to the development of the African continent.