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Psycho Bunny (ABOVE)

A bunny skull and crossbones — two elements working as one — rebellion with style, sophisticated mischief. The Psycho Bunny brand has brought edge to tradition since its NYC founding in 2005. With a motto inspired by a life rich in risk and reward, the brand’s distinctive eyewear launch offers a nod to the classics but with a sense of irreverence and dash of creativity. Bold with striking colors and material combinations, the collection features 14 optical styles with superior craftsmanship and a sense of mischief. The Psycho Bunny 101, a combination frame in a modified round with a universal bridge and spring hinges in black, is shown. MSRP: $160-$180, eyeweardesigns.com

Derigo-Chopard sunglasses

Chopard

A limited-edition design, the Red Carpet is truly red-carpet ready, with 194 handset cubic zirconia and a micro-case double profile for the hexagonal front.

(800) 423-3023, derigo.us

$2,700

Blake Kuwahara sunglasses

Blake Kuwahara

The limited-edition Gropius features the brand’s signature frame-within-a-frame construction, with temple tip décor in sterling silver. The hand-carved eye rim has a hand-brushed finish.

(949) 637-3087, blakekuwahara.com

$1,000

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Sospiri sunglasses

Sospiri

The pavé setting of the Tessa includes over 200 Swarovski crystals, mostly on the front, while an intricate floral pattern defines the temples.

(800) 486-2279, sospirieyewear.com

$1,065

Morgenthal Frederics sunglasses

Morgenthal Frederics

Part of the Audrey Series, a collaboration with Oscar de la Renta, the Eliza has low, Audrey Hepburn-inspired temples.

(800) 899-1060, morgenthalfrederics.com

$2,695

Thelios optical glasses

Thelios

From the Force 10 Manille & Cable Story collection, the men’s FG50027U is a rimless frame with metal, gold-plated temples.

(866) 247-4302, [email protected]

$1,500

Leisure Society optic glasses

Leisure Society

With an 18k gold-plated titanium front, the unisex Salton has Japanese, cotton-based zyl acetate temples, along with acetate insets and Windsor rims.

leisure-society.com

$1,110

Dita Epiluxury sunglasses

Dita Epiluxury

The combination DES002 features titanium and acetate elements as well as laser-etched titanium nosepads.

(949) 596-7697, dita.com

$1,800

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Masahiromaruyama sunglasses

Masahiromaruyama

Straight from the doodle collection, the MM-0044 combines elements of cat-eye, round, and square shapes. Two interchangeable nose bridges are included, to connect the inside left side of the frame to the outer right.

masahiromaruyama.com

Starting above $1,000

Kering-Boucheron-sunglasses

Boucheron

A semi-rimless, wide cat-eye shape, the BC0115S features an enamel double drop on its thin temples, to match the lenses.

kering.com

$1,310

Rachel Bozek is a contributing writer for INVISION.

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