Oakley is celebrating disruptive design history with three new packs of their Historical Collection. This particular pack features three popular models in a tye-dye colorway. The Radar, Crankshaft, and Frogskins are all available in extremely limited numbers, 26 pairs to be exact, with each pair being different. Each one is hand-painted & airbrushed so that no two will be alike. Designer, Brian Tukami, will also be personally signing each pair. These will be available on November 17th at oakley.com.
We first introduced you to Frameri back in August, which you can check out here, and we were really impressed by what we saw. They brought a brand new feature to the eyewear game with their unique interchangeable lens system, and now they’ve released a new collection of eyewear frames to suit your needs. Head to their webshop to browse the full Holiday offering.
Arnette just released their lookbook for their Winter ’14/15 collection. The collection introduces 4 new sunglass styles, and 5 new optical frames. On this collection they combined inspiration from various walks of life, while focusing on clean lines with classic designs alongside iconic Arnette style. The collection ranges from $70 to $130, and it’s available now here.
What a steal, right? 8-Bit sunglasses that look pretty damn dope for only $7. Obviously, these might not be your everyday sunglasses, but if you have weekend plans/parties to attend to these would be perfect. Order a pair in shiny or matte here.
On October 23rd, Supreme will release two new sunglass styles for this year’s fall & winter seasons. The models called “The Alton” and the “The 1994″ are both handmade frames. The 1994 is made in Japan, whereas the The Alton is made in Italy. They’ll both be available on October 23rd in NY, LA, London, and online. Japan will have them on the 25th.
Garrett Leight just recently introduced this new feature on their website called the Mod Shop. With this new feature, you can actually customize 5 different GLCO sunglass models with different frames colors, and different lens options as well. They even have a couple extra in-depth choices, with different sizes & a “matte finish” option. Head here to customize your own pair.
Warby Parker just introduced a new collection of eyewear today. The Waterway Collection features 5 classic models of theirs inspired by shoreline shades. The collection is available starting today over on their website.
A new eyewear company has stepped onto the scene, and they’re helping you always keep it fresh with an easy-to-use interchangeable lens system. Frameri Eyewear is offering high-quality glasses that lets you use your lenses on a variety of different frames. They offer clear & tinted lenses, and they can also provide the right amount of correction when you provide your prescription details. Currently they offer three different frame styles, and they’re all incredibly stylish. Frameri also has one of the best virtual try-on features I’ve ever used. Head over to their website now for more info on the brand and their products.
Most of you that frequent the interwebz have probably seen the GIF images of people doing something, and then pixelated sunglasses coming down on their face with the words “Deal With It” flashing. Well, now you can be a walking meme with these actual pixelated “Deal With It” sunglass that are for sale now. Buy them here.
These are the only hemp sunglasses out there, and they actually look pretty damn dope. Currently, they’re not available for purchase, but they’re aiming for a release date early next year with potential Christmas promotions. Head over to their website to sign up & receive more info.
Shwood just added a new frame to it’s Wood Original Collection called the Prescott. The Prescott is a modified wayfarer silhouette that currently comes in Walnut or Dark Walnut woods. The standard lens model retails for $145, whereas you can grab the polarized lens for $185. Available now here.
Supreme has decided to throw their hat into the ring when it comes to sunglasses. Here’s a look at the different styles they’ll be introducing on May 22nd.
I talk about “game-changers” pretty often, but this one right here folks, this is a game-changer in it’s purest form. Tzukuri is a brand that is soon to offer handcrafted acetate sunglasses with built in Bluetooth technology. From the looks of it, there will be an app available on your phone that will notify you when your glasses are out of range. 90% of the reason I don’t buy expensive shades is because of how many pairs I’ve lost, this definitely changes everything. Head here to learn more and to be notified when they hit pre-order status.