Wild prints have been featuring prominently in apparel, but Dolce & Gabbana has transferred the trend to sunglasses with a to-die-for crazy, colorful twist.
Every now and then I come across a fashion item so quirky, it stops me in my tracks.
Today, it happened to be a pair of outrageously fun spectacles from the H. Lorenzo show this weekend at the Beverly Hills Fashion Festival.
It’s official! Oversized eyewear is still a major trend this summer!
While shopping in Soho last week, I managed to preview the stylish 2010 Summer Collection by vintage brand Oliver Peoples, which I happen to heart—very much.
Doing some sunglasses shopping soon? We’ve put together our fav pieces from top summer collections to help you decide. Happy shopping!
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The Olsen twins have announced yet another fashion project, this time in the sunglasses category.
Building their Elizabeth and James brand, Ashley and Mary-Kate will serve as creative directors for a new line of sunglasses and optical frames, which debuts with a Resort ’10 capsule collection.
Dolce & Gabbana has given fans across the world a sneak peek of their design collaboration with Madonna.
The YouTube preview precedes the launch of MDG, the sunglasses line created by the pop star and designers, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.
The collection includes six styles.
Update: Dolce & Gabbana has since released photos from the MDG campaign. Click to view.