Timeless Shades... for Elegant Women, Made in Italy with Love
We believe only in the very highest quality, authenticity, passion and craftsmanship. All our sunglasses are 100% Hand-made in Italy by the finest artisan families in the industry with many years of experience. Their craftsmanship has been handed down from one generation to the next. Each pair has been finished and inspected by the skilled hands of an experienced specialist before it leaves the factory.
Hand-Made in Italy and designed in London, Sienna Alexander started in 2016 with the aim to combine eminent quality with timeless design.
Every style we create brings all the design elements together into a light, wearable and fashionable frame, designed for women to make a statement about themselves when they wear it because eye-wear is the only accessory that we wear on our face.
Our collection was inspired by the multicultural and vibrant city of London and every model was given its name after an iconic area postcode in London.
Our sunglasses are produced using the highest quality materials in family-run factories in Northern Italy.
For every pair sold online we donate to Vision Aid Overseas who are transforming access to eye care for people in Africa because we believe in the power of giving.
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