Sea2See design and produces optical frames and sunglasses in Italy, as well as watches in Switzerland, entirely made with recycled marine plastic collected by fishermen from Spain, France and West Africa. Envision the change you want to SEA…and wear it!
SEA2SEE- CLARISSE BLACK MATT£99.00
SEA2SEE- CLARISSE LILA GRADIENT£99.00
SEA2SEE – SACHA£139.95
SEA2SEE – TREVISO£139.95
SEA2SEE – FORMENTERA£179.95
SEA2SEE – MURANO£139.95
Sea2See is the first eyewear brand manufactured with UPSEA recycled plastic Cradle to Cradle certified. The Cradle to Cradle Certified Products Program is the world’s most advanced, science-based standard for designing and making products for the Circular Economy. It acknowledges continuous improvement and innovation of products and processes toward the goal of being not just “less bad” but also better for people and the planet.
100% MADE IN ITALY
The 100% Made in Italy Certification provides consumers with the guarantee on the Italian origin and the quality of purchased products. The certification adheres to all parameters provided for by current Italian legislation: Adoption of the certification guidelines, definition of procedures, management through modules and printouts.
Registrazione N° IT01.IT/2298.064.V
The certification is issued by the Istituto Tutela Produttori Italiani. The certification project has been approved and co-funded by the Italian Ministry for Economic Development.
At SEA2SEE we have committed ourselves to PETA an not to use products of animal origin an as a result, we have receive the PETA-APPROVED VEGAN label for our entire collection. Our vegan friends, vegan in transition or just animal friends can therefore sleep on their two ears.
Every year, millions of animals are killed for the textile and clothing industry, all in the name of fashion. Whether the clothes come from fur farms in China, slaughterhouses in India, or rural Australia, immeasurable suffering accompanies every fur-lined jacket, leather belt and wool sweater. But it is not only for furs, the industry also sometimes uses animal derivatives to manufacture products used directly or indirectly in textile production.