Sunpocket Sunglasses

Posted on June 16, 2011 Under Fashion

Sunpocket Original Sunglasses are back from the dead– now available in literally more than a dozen colors for only $65. It looks like some Swedish entrepreneurs bought the French company and relaunched it (yes I'm also wondering what a cool…

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TOM’s Eyewear

Posted on June 8, 2011 Under Design

First it was the one-for-one program with what have now become an iconic pair of shoes, but they didn't stop there. Next up is eyewear. For every purchase, TOM's will help give sight to a person in need. Another genius…

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Chronicles of Never

Posted on February 23, 2011 Under Fashion

Loved the sunglasses I discovered from this Australian brand Chronicles of Never here in Sydney. Karl Lagerfeld inspired, started by a former Ksubi designer.

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5DPI Glasses

Posted on October 5, 2010 Under Design

Okay these 5 and 6dpi glasses are totally amazing. Via Design Mik

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The Nooka Venus Sunglasses

Posted on July 14, 2010 Under Fashion

Nooka is at it again, this time with their second sunglasses release called the Venus. Higher end with a little more luxury feel and still very creative. The frames are made of polished stainless steel, with matching rubber nose-pieces and ear…

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Nooka Mercury Sunglasses

Posted on June 7, 2010 Under Fashion

My friends at Nooka are at it again. This is their first collection of modern eye wear! Bringing the brands sleek and cutting-edge design aesthetic to the world of sunglasses, the Nooka Mercury is available in an array of vibrant…

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My BluBlockers

Posted on August 18, 2009 Under Fashion

Classic aviator frames with the original patented BluBlocker lens. Are you for cereal? Available in pink, blue, green, white, or gold. $38-$48, it's not too late to rock, rock, rock 'em this summer. Ready to see sharper, clearer and with…

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KAYU Sunglasses

Posted on November 5, 2008 Under Fashion

Designer Jamie Lim has found a way to combine two of '08's big themes, social enterprise and large specs, with her creation of the sustainable sunglasses company KAYU. Frustrated in her role as an IT consultant, she wanted work with…

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Rubber Duck

Posted on September 2, 2008 Under Fashion

When you've got offices both in Los Angeles and Copenhagen, all style bases that matter are covered. That's Rubber Duck's explanation for having addresses on two continents in the northern hemisphere, a justification that's working 'cause their line of Miami…

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