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Made in the Shades

Made in the Shades

Nothing says summer quite like these bold sunnies hitting the shelves this season.

Quay The DL Gradient Sunglasses

Quay The DL Gradient Sunglasses ($65)

Australia-based brand Quay has become synonymous with exuberant eyewear. Case in point: this purple pair that instantly turns up the drama with winged square frames. Cue “Lavender Haze” by Taylor Swift.


Warby Parker Pink Nebula Sunglasses ($95)

Released just in time to channel Margot Robbie before Barbie releases in July, this vibrant-pink pick is from Warby Parker’s new limited collection formed with famed rapper A$AP Nast. The oblong-shaped shades are made from hand-polished cellulose acetate and can double as prescription glasses.

Warby Parker

Kenzo Round SunglassesKenzo Round Sunglasses ($330)

The classic panto shape was reimagined by Kenzo’s creative director, Nigo, for his sophomore spring/summer collection that mixes Western and Japanese influences and includes this bold, vintage-inspired style in a fiery red hue.

Saks Fifth Avenue

LOEWE Raised Logo Cat-Eye Sunglasses

LOEWE Raised Logo Cat-Eye Sunglasses ($310)

Adding to its best-selling Curvy collection, LOEWE debuted these new shades for spring/summer 2023. Creative director Jonathan Anderson revisited the classic cat-eye to give it a playful, puffed-up look and tone on- tone lenses that balance irreverence with timelessness.

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Fendi 25th Anniversary Baguette SunglassesFendi 25th Anniversary Baguette Sunglasses ($550)

Paying homage to the iconic Baguette handbag designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi in 1997, the luxury brand’s new collection of foldable sunglasses is a modern reinterpretation of the classic cat-eye style. While the 25th anniversary collection comes in a few different hues, opt for Shiny Green to steal the show this summer.


STORY: Ashton Pike

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