WHY THE FUTURE’S SO BRIGHT

Paul Newman, 1960s

Sunglasses with a late 60s and 70s vibe add that extra edge to the always sunny season. Here our perpetual sun-shading expert Lance Avery Morgan looks backward to see what’s ahead with how you’ll be sporting this year’s very best styles.

Paul Newman

ROSE IS STILL A ROSE

The aviator gets a colorful twist this season in these rose gold sunglasses, Bastile by Ahlem . $470. At King & Rose based in Austin.

 

 

Warren Beatty

 

I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW…

The classic cool guy shade goes all natural with a wooden frame. $115. Stanley Wood by Proof at Eco-Eyes.com

Robert Redford

FLYIN’ HIGH

Take on city days and summer sunsets in these modern, rectangular wrap aviator sunglasses by Prada. $185. At Neiman Marcus.com

STAYIN’ ALIVE

Saturday Night Fever? More like Sunday brunch with these bold rectangular sunglasses. $325. At Gucci.

Steve McQueen

SHELL-SHOCKED

Nurture your inner race car driver with these classic shades by Persol. $240. At Neiman Marcus.com

 

 

 

Halston

CAFÉ SOCIETY

These horned rimBuckley shades can take you from sunrise to cocktails so easily as these Buckley sunglasses show. $145. At Warby Parker.

 

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