See The World Through Sustainable Eyewear That’s Stylish Too From This Store

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What Makes It Awesome?

You can't do without a pair of sunglasses in the summer. And because the world's finally woke and ditching plastic, Coco Leni, a European eyewear brand has introduced a collection of sustainable eyewear. 

Located in Kalyani Nagar, just across the Aga Khan Bridge, their outlet is easy to spot. The store offers you almost all the services an ophthalmologist would. The beautiful store with interiors made of recycled wood and other eco-friendly materials, has a large collection to choose from. 

The brand prides on its sustainable eyewear and believes that plastic affects your health over a period of time, so it's time to adopt eyewear made with natural materials. And, we agree. The brand creates designs using eco-friendly wood, ethically sourced bull horn, bamboo and other natural materials. This 73-year-old brand uses German technology and minimalist designs to create chic, stylish and statement eyewear. 

Coco Leni has a huge collection of different sunglasses. You will find frames in classic 70s designs like round glasses, wayfarers, cat eye-shaped glasses, rectangular and square-shaped glasses and sunglasses with frames in quirky shapes. Sunglasses start at INR 6990 per frame.

The store also has a good collection of everyday frames in different shapes and sizes. You can also get your eyes tested for the right number here. Their wooden frames can easily be paired with formals, casuals and traditional wear. You can come by with your set of lenses and get them fit in a frame of your choice or you can get them made all at one store. Other than that, if you opt for their sustainable eyewear, that starts at INR 8990. Or you can stick to a plastic frame that starts at INR 1990. The store also sells contact lenses at retail prices. 

Since its launch in India, Coco Leni also delivers across the country. So, you can also place an order on their website and get it home delivered.


We think you should opt for the bull horn frames. They are sturdy and won't break or bend easily, for sure.