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Robert Marc NYC sunglasses

Robert Marc NYC

The titanium RMNYC 794 includes the brand’s signature hinge and an on-trend brow bar.

rmnyc.com

$550

Serengeti sunglasses

Serengeti

Part of the Spring/Summer Sport Collection, the Shelby’s metal construction features a thicker top on the lens rim and the brand’s organic SPIRIT lens.

serengeti-eyewear.com

$260

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Blackfin sunglasses

Blackfin

Produced out of a single piece of titanium, the biocompatible Joan (BF925) has super-flexible temples and a beta-titanium bridge.

villaeyewear.com

$565

Isaac Mizrahi sunglasses

Isaac Mizrahi

The mostly metal IM30265 brings the drama with an acetate bridge and angular lenses.

charmant.com/us

$173

Missoni sunglasses

Missoni

With engraved, softly squared lenses, the lightweight MIS 0014/S features the brand’s iconic zig-zag pattern on the temples.

mysafilo.com

$210

Alexandros sunglasses

Alexandros

Made in Greece, the metal Fresh Sun has three-barrel hinges with Teflon screws and polarized lenses. The line is created with the “premium magnum” wearer in mind.

alexandroseyewear.com

$200

Tom Ford sunglasses

Tom Ford

A double bridge and slim temples round out the look of the fully metal FT0826-30E, which is made in Italy.

marcolin.com

$440

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Maui Jim sunglasses

Maui Jim

The medium monel metal Ka’ala (model 856) celebrates island life with polarized lenses and rubber sleeves over the adjustable temple core.

mauijim.com

$329.99

Lanvin sungalsses

Lanvin

Featuring the brand’s signature mother-and-daughter plaque, the LNV111S is defined by its artistic detailing — particularly the manner in which the top bar runs into the temples. The hollowed temple tips are eyewear-chain ready.

marchon.com

$405

Rachel Bozek is a contributing writer for INVISION.

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