In sunnier moments, those of us who don’t normally wear glasses are allowed to get involved with the eyewear action. Although the preference leans towards shaded lens, offering a mixture of practicality with a good dose of cool factor. It’s worth investing in a good pair of sunglasses that will last the test of time, while also protecting your eyes from the glare of the sun.
Originally created in the 1950s, the Cellor has been tweaked here and there over the years but maintained its original shape and character. Now with a few modern materials, the hand-crafted frames include tortoise shell acetate and gold tone metal. A contemporary classic with a refined look.
Persol Cellor – $310
Oliver Peoples L.A. Coen Sun
Oliver Peoples have been passionately producing superior eyewear since 1987 crafting glasses with the finest materials and with careful attention to detail. Frames are created mixing technological advances with a human touch, allowing particular consideration that each piece is meticulously crafted leaving it distinctive and unique. The L.A. Coen Sun mixes a vintage-inspired shape with contemporary angular touches.
Oliver Peoples L.A. Coen Sun from $325
Kris Van Assche 59
A more contemporary offering from Kris Van Assche with these classic rectangular shaped sunglasses. Born from collections that are inspired by the ruggedness of workwear as well as the technique of sportswear, the sunglasses reflect that spirit. An elegant accompaniment for any occasion.
Kris Van Assche 59 – $524