This futuristic frame design takes its visually-arresting influence from the cult-classic science fiction film The Fifth Element by director Luc Besson. Primarily set in the 23rd century, the film's central plot involves the survival of planet Earth. The original storyline was set in the year 2300, and was about a "nobody" named Zaltman Bleros (later renamed Korben Dallas) who wins a trip to the Club Med resort on the planet Fhloston Paradise. Known for its stunning sets and colorful costumes, our frame mirrors the film in its forward-thinking shape and colorways.
All Westward Leaning sunglasses are designed to be flattering and comfortable on every face. Our handmade acetate frames are highly adjustable for the perfect fit, from very loose to very tight. Learn more about how to adjust the fit of your glasses here.
Curious about relative sizing? Compare our frames here.
Still not convinced? Rest assured, shipping and returns are always fast, free, and super easy.