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Morel under the spotlight

Roll out the red carpet! Between two ceremonies, the stars are getting ready for the 71st Cannes Festival. To celebrate the occasion, Morel is paying tribute to movie stars from the 50s. From Marilyn to the King, via James Dean and Audrey Hepburn, these icons are symbolic figures of their era and of fashion. Glasses have also become a genuine accessory, bringing style and an expression of personality.

What inspires us:

We all have the dreamy movie stars of the 1950s in mind, who represent anideal of a glitzy and glamorous lifestyle. Under the spotlight, these stars give us plenty to admire, with outfits and accessories that marked every generation. Cat eyes or oversize shapes remind us of Marilyn Monroe in How to marry a millionaire , and Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s .

Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable pose in How to marry a millionaire (1953)

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Fish scale patterns have us reminiscing on James Dean’s ultra-chic vintage glasses. Idolized by the young as true fashion phenomena, these movie stars were symbols of a generation and became the benchmarks for elegance, taste, and style.

Highlight on Morel’s iconic eyeglasses:


Model 60030M and 60032M :



Acetate blended seamlessly with a fish scale pattern, combined with delicate metal temples, engraved with an M monogram to bring chic elegance to the frame.

The most trendy: pantos shapes combined with sharp edges or a double bridge.

Model 30045L:


Finesse, flexibility, and femininity in a dual-layer frame to bring out the chic side of the frame.

The most trendy: a round shape and the fine lines of the frame

Model 20028K:


An elegant and unique frame that is already iconic with the impressive cat-eye style.

The most trendy: the multi-layer, eye-opening shape.


Seen online:


Nella Fragola wearing our model 20022k

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