LACOSTE Sunnies Reinvent Tradition

LACOSTE has traveled back to yesteryear, reinventing its traditional old-school tennis racket combining wood and graphite materials for a fresh take on the sports must-have. Accompanying the launch of the LT12 racket is a capsule collection of spankin’ new sunnies from the tried-and-true brand! Inspired by tennis’ primary aesthetics, these shades flaunt crisp hues, cleanRead more »

Get Glam in bebe Black Specs + Shades

With luxe embellishments at the forefront, the newest additions of the bebe Black capsule collection are utterly glamorous! Flaunting the ultimate monochrome color scheme—all black, of course—these specs ‘n’ sunnies are boosted with lotsa shimmery trimmings. Metallic accents, badass studs and glitzy crystals run the gamut, giving these bold cat-eyes, chic squares and classic rectanglesRead more »

FENDI: A Focus on Striking Patterns

Inspired by the eye-catching graphic designs of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, FENDI’s latest spring/summer 2015 capsule collection—in collaboration with renowned French designer Thierry Lasry—offers up bold silhouettes, retro hues and most notably unique patterns pulled from the brand’s archives. The “Fanny” style flaunts a print reminiscent of the Kinetic movement, meshing pigments withRead more »

Shine Bright in ‘Karl is Kolor’ Sunnies

Vibrant pigments take center stage when it comes to Karl Lagerfeld’s latest sunnies! Inspired by his “Karl is Kolor” spring/summer 2015 campaign, these brightly hued shades are part of a capsule collection with Italia Independent initially introduced in Paris in September 2013, now featuring three bold color additions: royal blue, hot pink and emerald green.Read more »

Sunnies with Attitude via Carrera by Jimmy Choo

Introducing the first-ever Carrera by Jimmy Choo capsule collection for guys! Blending the best of both brands—the passionate attitude of Carrera with the innate confidence, effortless attitude and overtly masculine style of the Jimmy Choo man—the line is utterly badass. Carrera’s signature wayfarer profile is given a dose of trendy edge with Jimmy Choo-inspired accents—thinkRead more »

Gucci: An Ode to 1930s Classicalism

With the precious Diamantissima crisscross pattern at the heart of its design, Gucci’s latest capsule collection is rooted in classical style reminiscent of yesteryear. These utterly gorgeous specs ‘n’ shades flaunt a gold-plated, crisscross motif along their temples, inspired by the Diamante Canvas—an exclusive fabric design created in the 1930s and tied to Gucci’s storiedRead more »

Valentino Rouge: Fashionably Custom Sunwear

Style-obsessed gals on the prowl for fashionable shades that can be customized to their unique looks need not look any further! After all, Valentino’s Rouge Absolute Signature capsule collection boasts absolutely stunning updated wayfarer silhouettes in three gorgeous red tones: the brand’s very own iconic hue, as well as scarlet and rubin. But the bestRead more »

Safilo Revels in 80 Years with Throwback Specs

It’s official! Safilo has been in the eyewear biz for a whopping 80 years. And the renowned company—that started making its mark in 1934—is celebrating the major milestone with a spankin’ new capsule collection with the namesake Safilo by Marc Newson. With the help of talented Australian designer Marc Newson, Safilo has crafted a lineRead more »

Get Blinged Out in bebe Black

Glitz, glam and monochrome black—these are the essential elements of bebe Black, a.k.a. the fabulous brand’s latest capsule collection of specs and shades for alluring gals everywhere. Sparkling stones and studs truly shine against the all-black eyewear for utterly blinged-out appeal. To boot, shimmery metallic browlines, glossy finishes and engraved accents add even more bedazzlementRead more »

Seduce Your Sense with Face á Face Frames

Face á Face’s Bocca capsule collection might be one of the most divine pieces of artwork to hit the eyewear world. Seriously, we’re still working on picking our jaws up from off of the floor because these frames are uh-mazing! They’re all about the legs — or the temples, as we so fondly refer toRead more »