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Ty Taylor in John Varvatos Bond sunglasses

Standing Ovation

Ty Taylor, lead singer for L.A.-based rhythm and blues band Vintage Trouble (vintagetrouble.com), wears John Varvatos model V510 (Bond) at the iconic Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY. The band got their start opening for the Rolling Stones; their Australian and European tour begins this month.

derigo.us

$298


Dolce & Gabbana Mambo sunglasses

Spring Has Sprung

Take a trip to the tropics in exuberant Dolce & Gabbana model DG2170B from their colorful Mambo collection. The frame front is hand-decorated with sparkling Swarovski crystals that will light the way to the beach (or bar). Cuba Libre, por favor!

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luxottica.com

$560 


Swing eyeglasses from Smoke x Mirrors

Swing Time

Inspired by Italian swing music, Smoke x Mirrors debuts their first optical collection, Swing. Hit the dance floor in oversized, all-acetate model Torero.

smokexmirrors.com

$245

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CCS101.01 frames from Coco Song

In Bloom

Light and bright model CCS101.01, from the new CCS by Coco Song line, embraces the vivid colors and unique design of the fan-favorite brand, but without the usual decorations. Spring clean to make room for these.

area98.it

$430


Slim Jim eyewear from Exces

Slim Jim

Exces debuts their first men’s collection with lightweight model SlimFit 1. It’s super thin, sleek and serious, with stainless steel temples in a subdued color, and is suitable for smaller sizes.

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eseyewear.com

$135


O.No 1.1 from OXYDO

Avant-Garde

A wearable sculpture, OXYDO model O.No 1.1 is part of Safilo’s new Atelier division. Inspired by visual art and industrial design, and crafted in Italy, each piece is available in a limited edition.

mysafilo.com

$390


E-9145 glasses from Evatik

You Spin Me Round

In a vintage round shape, E-9145 from Evatik is cooler than your 90s glasses. In fact, you may not be cool enough. In black, matte black grey and tortoise black.

evatik.com 

$225


This article originally appeared in the April 2017 edition of INVISION.

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