Can-do colors bounce into summer with gradients, layering and more. 

Get Elevated (ABOVE) 

Covry was founded three years ago by two friends who shared a lifelong struggle with eyewear because they both have diverse facial features, such as low nose bridges and high cheekbones. This inspired them to create their signature Elevated Fit for comfortable, stylish frames using high quality materials. Shown is the Carina in Sangria with CR-39 lens.

$ 115.00

Mad in Italy

Iridescent, a nylon frame front meets titanium temples on the Basilica for a splashy statement when one color is just not enough.

(877) 889-0399, 


Xavier Garcia 

Dive into summer with the FA, an oversized translucent frame with laminated temple tips from their Summer Collection. 

(450) 979-0542,

Price upon request

Face a Face

Go beyond tort with the Bocca Gina, a throwback frame inspired by Italian actress Gina Lollobridgida. 

(800) 654-6099,


Sho Eyeworks 

Rock the two-toned look with the Shoshana, a hand-finished LA/ES Italian acetate with OBE hinges. 

(201) 968-5500,



From the fronts to the temples, the layered look is where it’s at on model 2204, a rectangular acetate frame. 

(949) 215-9661,


Hot Kiss 

Let the sun shine on model HK79 from the Hot Kiss Color Change Eyewear collection, and watch the temples change color! 

(800) 292-4342,


KLiiK Denmark  

Three’s company for model K-621, which sports not one, not two, but three eye rims — each a different color — to present a monoblock front with a dash of contrast. 

(855) 455-0042,


Avalon Eyewear 

Go for the gradient with the Romeo Gigli 77033, shown here in ultra blue. 

(888) 767-0383,


Zyloware Eyewear 

Score with model QD 140Z, a sporty double-layer zyl frame from the Shaquille O’Neal Collection. This style also offers extended fit sizing. 

(800) 765-3700,


This article originally appeared in the July-August 2018 edition of INVISION.   


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