OVVO seems to be the month’s sleeper hit.
The old standbys seem to have been the safe bet.
Sunglass sales were hot and customers seemed more willing to spend.
From super cute to young sophistication, these frames have it covered and are seriously fun.
Sunglass sales are heating up despite a spat of shutdowns.
It was a wide spread of brands with sunglasses — and sun Rxs — starting to pick up.
Sunwear for snow conditions saw an uptick.
Throw in a dash of eco-friendly materials and ergonomic design for the win.
Independent brands generally outperformed the usual suspects.
Overall classic styles ruled ... with an attention-grabbing standout here and there.
Classics are nice but unusual shapes are having a moment.
Sunwear sales really picked up and BTS styles were hot ... even if actually going back to school wasn't.
There are some pockets of stellar eyeglass performance but summer sunwear sales seem to be surprisingly slow.
Rocco Basilico, chief wearables officer at Luxottica, says move “will project a brand like Ray-Ban into the future.”
With many businesses still reopening, sales are still down but here are some of the winners.
Frames kids will be here for.
Widespread shutdowns had an expected negative effect on overall sales, but there were some bright spots.
A diverse mix of independent brands did well.
All of our Ray-Ban retail stores across North America are temporarily closed.
Sun sales took a hit but color is on the rise!
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