Best Statement Sunglasses: Shades Get A High Fashion Revamp

Kerry Pieri
Best Statement Sunglasses: Shades Get A High Fashion Revamp
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Call it the Gaga effect, but from wacky to wearable, it’s evident that sunglasses have replaced shoes as the statement piece du jour. Whether you take your shades with bold and artful detailing, psychedelic designs or subdued yet modern lines, let your face do that talking with high fashion’s take on UV protection.

We’ve rounded up the coolest sunnies on the block for you because we know how bright your future is, and not just any shades will do.

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Tortoise extreme cateye sunglasses, $325, by Alexander Wang

Large round sunglasses, $171, by Karen Walker

Green bar accent sunglasses, $378, by Marc Jacobs

Retro red and white glasses, $330, by Balenciaga

Brown glasses with smoked lenses, $180, by Karen Walker

Black spitfire shades, $23.58, by asos

Cream acetate sunglasses, $167, by Super W

Blue space sunglasses, $13, by Pop Killer

Multi-color sunglasses, $589, by Mykita Bernhard Willhelm Sepp

Tortoise glasses, $184.32, by Bernard Willhelm

Pink acetate glasses, $314.05, by Walter Van Beirendonck

Studded sunglasses, $35, by Obscure Couture

Gold robot sunglasses, $354.99, by KTZ

Two-tone glasses, $410, by Cutler and Gross

Mickey sunglasses, $464.23, by Jeremy Scott

Glasses with copper steel covering, $368.65, by Todd Lynn

Covered aviators, $336.90, by Linda Farrow Projects Veronique Branquinho

Spike sunglasses, $274.57, by Walter Van Beirendonck

Astronaut sunglasses, $368.65, by Yohji Yamamoto

Green and gray horn sunglasses, $354.99, by Linda Farrow

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