The boldest expression of Carrera’s unique aesthetic – these unisex sunglasses from the Flag Lab collection push the boundaries of contemporary eyewear design. Sculpted from lightweight metal into a large navigator shape, the oversized full-rim front is enhanced by a layered construction for added depth and dimension. The unmistakable logo detailing rounds off this truly modern, statement-making pair. The Flag Lab gets inspiration by the utmost iconic and recognizable details of Carrera, with the Glory II leveraging on the stylistic elements of its sister best seller style Glory, offering a style for a stronger look. Notice the iconic Flag stripe — the brand's trademark motif inspired by Carrera's ski-jumping 'Bullet' helmet — hand-painted with red enamel along the top bar as well as sleek metal temples which evoke the iconic Carrera Champion style, remastered in a luxurious modern way. Unconventional and always one step ahead.
A great friendship between two brands’ founders Wilhelm Anger (Carrera Founder) and Ferdinand Porsche, pushed Porsche Design and Carrera to start a fruitful collaboration in 1976.
Thanks to this collaboration, Porsche Design entered the eyewear industry with a collection by Carrera featuring glasses that are still considered style icons today.
When a brand has a legacy, it brings in the celebs. Plenty of movie stars wear their Carrera shades proudly, on the screen and out and about. We're guessing they don't pay for them but at the same time, if they weren't so iconic in shape and style..they wouldn't be into em
Austrian eyewear maker and pioneer Wilhelm Anger decided to rename his Company from ‘Wilhelm Anger Werker’ to ‘Carrera’, drawing inspiration from the technical excellence of the Carrera Panamericana.