The Delia gives you unwavering style with its chic curves and vibrant colors, providing shade from the summer rays. This eye-catching design brings back the 90’s fashion flair with its vibrant acetate colorways and oversized silhouette, adding a mod edge. Whether you're reading Valley of the Dolls or flipping through a fashion magazines poolside, the Delia sunglasses epitomize summertime cool. The fluid and swooping lines, combined with bold and tapered temples, keep this frame balanced and flattering.
The Delia is part of our Women’s Coalition Initiative, an ongoing series of partnerships with women-led businesses across fashion, art, and culture. Our collaboration with writer, art historian, and cultural critic Sarah Hoover will be contributing a percentage of sales to the Art Production Fund. Through this support we are excited to help advance the work APF is doing across the US in creating public accessible art for all.
- Handmade in Japan
- Frame Material - Zyl
- Lens Material - CR-39 w/ Anti-Reflective Coating
- Eye Size - 53mm
- Bridge Size - 20mm
- Temple Length - 145mm
Includes Sarah Hoover Case & Artist, Hiba Schahbaz Cleaning Cloth
ABOUT SARAH HOOVER
Sarah Hoover is an art historian, writer, cultural critic and consultant straddling the art, dance, literary, fashion, food and non-profit worlds. She holds a masters degree in Cultural Theory from Columbia and a BA in Art History from NYU. Hoover spent the first 15 years of her career as an art dealer, artist liaison and director at Gagosian, the largest and most prominent international gallery.
A prolific essayist, you can find her newest work on vogue.com. She is currently finishing a memoir about her experience with pregnancy and parenthood, which has been optioned for television by MakeReady. She also loves to teach, and will be returning to Barnard’s campus in summer 2023 with her course “Art History of the Exploited Feminist Self.”
Hoover co-founded the Accelerator Committee at American Ballet Theater, which encourages cross pollination between the arts, fashion, film, and female-led choreographic initiatives. She sits on the board of Art Production Fund, which curates and produces public art projects across America. Coalition for the Homeless and Sky High Farm Foundation are other non profits with which she partners to help with fundraising and advocacy.