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Lady Gaga in Fendi model FF/ 0060/S

IN THE PINK

Aways someone who pays attention to the details, whether it’s pink toenails for her pooch or high-style sunwear, Lady Gaga was snapped wearing FENDI model FF 0060/S in transparent champagne. The cat’s-eye frame in Optyl features pyramid metal accents, and the slim temples shimmer. safilo.com

$450


Costa sunwear from Cortez

FISH ON

Designed for sport anglers, Cortez sunglasses from Costa have a bold wrap shape that blocks side glare and offers a comfortable all-day fit. Rx’able and available with color-enhancing polarized lenses. Colors include tortoise (shown), blackout, shiny black, camo, crystal bronze and white. costadelmar.com

$249


Model EL13389 from ELLE

CITY OF LIGHTS

Model EL13389 from a new collection by ELLE blends playful glamour with a modern look. Its elegantly tapered temples have raised dots arrayed to evoke the lights of Paris. In black (shown), rose, brown or black. charmant.com/us

$170


Selima Optique’s Kurt from the Playboy eyewear line

SEXY IS BACK

Selima Optique’s unisex collection of Playboy eyewear is designed by Selima Salaun and named for literary lions who found a home in the magazine. Model Kurt (for Vonnegut) has gold metal temples with perforated detailing and a Playboy logo at the temple tips. selimaoptique.com

$270


Interlude from Ducks Unlimited

TRUE NATURE

Inlaid wood veneers in flexible rubber temples lend an outdoorsy look to the new collection from DUCKS UNLIMITED. Model Interlude is a full titanium frame in a classic shape and adjustable nose pads for a comfortable fit. Available in black and olive. mcgeegroup.com

$155

SPINE SP1002 from Rem Eyewear

FLEX FORWARD

People with active lifestyles or multifocal lenses will appreciate SPINE, a new optics and sunwear line from Rem Eyewear (with international partners), including model SP1002. It features a segmented hinge-and-cable system that keeps the frame in place. remeyewear.com

$212

This article originally appeared in the February 2015 edition of INVISION.

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