Bankss graphic shape, generous width, and solid acetate walls give plenty of glamorous coverage.
With a generously rounded browline and flattering medium fit, Anders is a surefire crowd-pleaser.
Gradys rounded lenses are outlined in two distinct layers: first titanium, then acetate with eye-catching cutout details along the browline.
Can’t decide between square and round lenses? Topper has both—a circular shape inflected with a few dashing angles.
Thanks to a winning trio of round lenses, ultra-slim construction, and deep bridge, Dahls got the scholarly yet playful thing down.
Windham is a wide silhouette with a lightly rounded brow and slim walls.
Looking for a wide-fit pair with heaps of feminine flair? Leighty’s your frame.
Its hard to single out Ashbys most eye-catching quality: is it the super-cinched cat-eye shape? Or the contrasting layers of crystal and tortoise acetate?
Albert’s rectangular lenses are traced in super-lightweight titanium and feature adjustable nosepads. It’s a no-nonsense choice for medium-width faces.
Edgar’s chiseled edges and square-ish shape make it a bold choice, but its versatile medium fit makes it a sure thing.
Vence is a studious silhouette with square frames and tapered temple arms.
Lionel—an aviator-style frame—is smart, slightly narrow, and crafted from premium Japanese titanium.
Square lenses and a lightweight titanium construction give Holme a cerebral air, while the level brow bar and curved nose bridge make it as wearable as it is studious.
Cant decide between square and round lenses? Topper has both a circular shape with an unexpectedly ridged bottom.
With a roomy width and a sloping brow that upturns into a slight cateye, Collis is all panache, no flash.
Hattie comes equipped with a strong browline, semi-rimless lenses, and a wide fit that flatters most faces.
With a bold, rounded shape and semi-rimless lenses, Cecily has offbeat charm to spare.
What do you get when you combine slim temple arms, a keyhole bridge, and a handsome ring of color around each lens? A good-looking frame for narrow faces named Haskell.
Reilly is oversized but fits just right; a flattering browline punches up your look in a snap.
With its rectangular lenses and discreet dip at the brow, Orson is a looker if there ever was one.
Simone has it all: polished, professional, and perfectly sized.
Weltys keyhole bridge, curved browline, and slim acetate construction are a first-class combination.
Upton’s subtle rectangular lines and flatters-every-face shape make it the perfect everyday frame.
A medium-sized frame, Talbot offers the best of both worlds with its half-stainless steel, half-acetate construction.
Whatever the scenario, Nashs vintage shape—generous, square frames—will make you sit up straighter.
Laurels witty round lenses work beautifully on medium-sized faces.
Bensens classic shape will take you from breakfast to evening cocktails without a hitch—and the subtle, softened angles look splendid on every face shape.
Kensett’s rounded browline and squared-off lenses make it a winsome frame well-suited to wide faces.
A modern classic, Roosevelt is a large, masculine frame with a keyhole bridge.
Mitchell’s generous width, sloped rectangular eyeframe, and traditional bridge make it so easy to love.
Duckworth in our Basso construction sports its usual sturdy, rounded shape plus an innovative step design created by paring away the top layer of acetate to reveal contrasting...
Sullivan combines smooth, rectangular angles with thin, tapered temples for a look that’s easy on the eyes.
Carnaby flirts with a vintage cat-eye silhouette—and couples titanium and acetate at the top rim.
Constructed from lightweight Japanese titanium, Milton is ever-so-slightly oversized and ultra-agreeable. Premium cellulose acetate coils hand-wrapped around each round lens rim...
Constructed from lightweight Japanese titanium, Milton is an ever-so-slightly oversized and ultra-agreeable pair with round lenses.
This limited-edition Wilder frame was created by the one and only Tyler Oakley, who applied his signature style in the form of new hue—plus threw in a custom lens cloth inspired...
York, a vintage-style aviator frame from our Luminary Collection, features a classic teardrop shape and premium Japanese titanium construction.
A frame for all, Jenningss curved brow, keyhole bridge, and medium shape master any situation that calls for a killer pair of sunglasses.
Winston in our Basso construction comes with the same straight browline and bold proportions as always—while the double-layered acetate adds panache for days.
Hardy separates itself from the pack with a sloped rectangular eyeframe and clever keyhole bridge.