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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Ralph Vaessen Joost Horn Sunglasses

Premium eyewear maker Ralph Vaessen typically creates the world’s most luxurious sunglasses, and this exclusive collection does not fail to deliver. Handmade in a small German studio, the Joost Horn sunglasses are crafted out of natural horn, an exclusive and very luxurious material typically reserved for the highest of high-end items.

Available exclusively in Europe at colette, the aviator-shaped frames are extremely lightweight, have elegantly sleek lines and are at a completely different level from your everyday plastic-framed glasses. These Ralph Vaessen Joost Horns are unique, one-of-a-kind pieces for real connoisseurs only.

Available in classic brown or modern black here.

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Arnette Fall 2009 Collection

Known for their implication in skate/snow culture, Arnette is offering up 5 new interesting frames for this Fall. While all are modeled to have a sleek, contemporary feel, there is no doubt that these 5 frames are rooted in the hard-charging, action sports lifestyle you expect from the brand. Our favorite models being the Agent and Alter Ego, both are sleek, urban shades that are probably better suited for lounging around rather than charging down a slope.

Made from high-luster acetate and high-grade polycarbonate lenses, the Agent seems to be the brand’s answer to Oakley’s Frogskins, a retro-classic style influenced by the Ray Ban Wayfarer. With each frame available in a multitude of colors, there is no doubt you’ll be able to find something styling, no matter what sport you practice. Check out the entire Fall 2009 collection after the jump.

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Thursday, September 24, 2009


All summer people have been rocking the wayfarer or similar style but, the classic Ray-ban got an upgrade with they net game.

Super dope.

Buy them here

Try the virtual mirror

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Oakley Artist Series Fall 2009 by Mambo

Oakley is set to release their latest Artist Series product in October. The featured artist this time around is Mambo, who put together a package the likes of which has not been seen before from Oakley. It will come in a unique box that will house the sunglasses and a vinyl figure that can act as a stand and display for the shades.

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Ralph Vaessen Sunglasses

Ralph Vaessen crafts his eyewear from premium, natural horn which has lightweight properties that not only make it luxurious but comfortable to wear.
The glasses are also handmade in Germany in a "small atelier" which should explain its oil sheik-friendly price.

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Dita Fury

Fury is a new style from Dita that bypasses popular eyewear trends like square-ish frames and aviator-inspired styles for a style that is curvier and quietly aggressive.
The frame is offered in three colorways in handcrafted Zyl Acetate: Black Swirl, Dark Tortoise/Burnt Brown, and Honey Tortoise. Link:

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Prism Eyewear

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A nice compliment to your overall look.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Lancier by DITA Eyewear

Lancier by DITA is the brand’s latest project in the realm of eyewear. The capsule will focus on eyewear catering specifically to “high-end, performance driven eyewear” which will debut at SILMO Paris between September 17th and September 20th, 2009.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Rihanna's Laced Covered Sunglasses

Designer of the sunglasses unknown....So stay tuned.

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Monday, September 14, 2009

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Rag & Bone Spring/Summer 2010 Eyewear

American brand, Rag & Bone, has had exceptional seasons as of late, innovating staple pieces, and searching for quality textiles and manufacturing. For their upcoming Spring collection they are adding an eyewear line to their product offering.
The glasses are classical in shape but there is addition detail. Every pair of glasses is hand cut from sheet acetate. The most prominent Rag & Bone detail is the reinforced hinges for superior durability.

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The Hundreds Eyeware Collection Preview

Following up on various smaller previews, The Hundreds unveil a more comprehensive look into their upcoming Eyeware (yes, its spelled like that) Collection.
Various colorways can be seen including a mix of solid and tortoise offerings.

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