The Sun Never Sets on Cool

Sunglasses are arguably the most expressive accessory, with the ability to totally transform a person’s style in an instant. Wearing the very same outfit, swapping a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers for some Oliver Peoples makes a drastically different statement. And JC Report says that this Spring, something new is happening in the sunglasses world — […]

Sunglasses are arguably the most expressive accessory, with the ability to totally transform a person’s style in an instant. Wearing the very same outfit, swapping a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers for some Oliver Peoples makes a drastically different statement. And JC Report says that this Spring, something new is happening in the sunglasses world — there’s a critical mass of loud, eccentric, highly stylized eyewear suddenly on the market. The online fashion mag points to Linda Farrow‘s collaboration with a slew of hip designers like Luella and Rodarte, Karen Walker‘s neon-colored, cartoonish frames, and Prada‘s Lennon-esque (but blinged out) gold metal numbers, among others.

[via JC Report]

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