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Shushu Jacob Unisex Polarized Sunglasses UV400 Protection 60s Style Round Metal - Gray Lenses Gun Frame $14.58

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Retro 60s Vintage High Pointed Cat Eye Sunglasses (Tortoise, Black) $8.99

Retro 60s Vintage High Pointed Cat Eye Sunglasses (Tortoise, Black)

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Enreverie Large Cats Eye Sunglasses, 60s Style Goldtone, 65mm $14.99

Enreverie Large Cats Eye Sunglasses, 60s Style Goldtone, 65mm

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Wm528-vp Style Vault Cateye Pearl/rhinestone Sunglasses (KZH Crystal Brown, uv400) $12.99

Wm528-vp Style Vault Cateye Pearl/rhinestone Sunglasses (KZH Crystal Brown, uv400)

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V135-vp Style Vault Round Flip up Django Metal Sunglasses (B2740F Gold-mirror) $11.99

V135-vp Style Vault Round Flip up Django Metal Sunglasses (B2740F Gold-mirror)

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High Pointed Cat Eye Sunglasses Vintage Retro Celebrity Eyewear (Black, 55) $8.99

High Pointed Cat Eye Sunglasses Vintage Retro Celebrity Eyewear (Black, 55)

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Wm527-vp Style Vault Small Cateye Sunglasses (L2330E Red-Brown, clear) $8.99

Wm527-vp Style Vault Small Cateye Sunglasses (L2330E Red-Brown, clear)

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V3052-VP Style Vault Crazy Round Oversized Sunglasses (S2183V Black-smoked) $12.99

V3052-VP Style Vault Crazy Round Oversized Sunglasses (S2183V Black-smoked)

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Men's Eyewear: 1930s To Now

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9Honey [10/12/17, via 9Honey]
Carla Zampatti on the business of fashion Carla Zampatti has shaped the course of the Australian fashion industry, empowering women with her timeless signature outfits since she opened her doors in the late 60s. Since that time her clothes have been worn by thousands of Australian women,  [...]

[10/12/17, via Vogue.com]
Why Joan Didion, at 82, Is Still a Beauty Icon Joan Didion is wearing oversize black sunglasses in a crowded, dark movie theater where the film about her life is premiering. It serves as a reminder that no matter her age or the style of the decade, her hair always seems effortless and elegant [...]

Telegraph.co.uk [06/12/17, via Telegraph.co.uk]
Why it's time to embrace '60s style and dust off your white sunglasses When it comes to shopping for your summer wardrobe, you might be tempted to start with a shirtwaister dress, or a pair of classic tan sandals. But the highest-impact buy has to be your summer sunglasses, since not only do you wear them with everything [...]

Today.com [09/25/17, via Today.com]
Stunning in silver! Kate Hudson pairs her buzz cut with a chic, metallic gown Kate Hudson chopped off most of her hair in July, and she is still owning the edgy look. She showed off her buzz cut at the recent premiere of her upcoming movie, "Marshall," pairing her dramatic 'do with a metallic Stella McCartney dress. She shared a [...]

InStyle [09/22/17, via InStyle]
Your Post-Shower Beauty Look Is Now Fashion Drying your hair is now one of the chicest things you can do, according to the runway reports at Milan Fashion Week. Forget flower crowns, headbands, and Flash tattoos. As it turns out, Spring 2018 is all about the beach towel. Seen at Pucci and [...]

Sunglasses 60s Style

Bug-eye glasses are a form of eyewear. They were popular in the late 20th century decades of the 1970s, 80s and 90s, and were used for regular glasses and sunglasses. They first became popular in the mid-70s, and succeeded the cat eye glasses of the 50s and 60s. In the 70s, they were more of a square shape, and then later evolved into the more characteristic, larger, rounder and more familiar bug-eyed style of the 80s. Their popularity began to decline later, as glasses became easier to get and more affordable. They were fashionable for men and women and are still fashionable today but as retro sunglasses. They were followed by the thick-rimmed, rectangular styled glasses of the 2000s. Notable wearers are: Audrey Hepburn, Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, Sophia Loren and Victoria Beckham,...

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1986
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100 Antiques of the Future 100 Antiques of the Future
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Collecting Under the Radar Collecting Under the Radar
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Outfit: Classic Nautical Style

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My blue hair makes me feel like a mermaid and has inspired so many sea-related accessory and clothing acquisitions. Dorothy Perkins satisfied a number of my nautical cravings with the classic pieces I'm wearing today. With all of the mermaid and nautical vibes going on it was inevitable to take the whole theme-look to a harbor. The jeans and sweater are also one of my more practical spring ensembles. I know I talked about this a few posts ago, but with jeans on my legs it's still on my mind: denim trends. As I said then retailers are predicting and hoping for an end of the skinny jean and a rise of wide leg trousers. I'm not really anti-wide leg denim and flares, but I have been wondering: would Audrey Hepburn wear them. I've actually been Googling "Audrey Hepburn culottes" and other equally silly things to try to see if that ever-so-classic-and-cliche icon.

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Outfit: Classic Nautical Style

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My blue hair makes me feel like a mermaid and has inspired so many sea-related accessory and clothing acquisitions. Dorothy Perkins satisfied a number of my nautical cravings with the classic pieces I'm wearing today. With all of the mermaid and nautical vibes going on it was inevitable to take the whole theme-look to a harbor. The jeans and sweater are also one of my more practical spring ensembles. I know I talked about this a few posts ago, but with jeans on my legs it's still on my mind: denim trends. As I said then retailers are predicting and hoping for an end of the skinny jean and a rise of wide leg trousers. I'm not really anti-wide leg denim and flares, but I have been wondering: would Audrey Hepburn wear them. I've actually been Googling "Audrey Hepburn culottes" and other equally silly things to try to see if that ever-so-classic-and-cliche icon.

[via The Clothes Horse]

[03/15/16, via The Gloss]
NYX Cosmetics Founder Toni Ko Just Launched Her Own Line of Chic, Affordable Sunglasses or fashion brands that have sunglasses as a second thought, or the non-branded customer experience. Something clicked at that moment. This business is exactly the spirit of NYX Cosmetics.” Perverse shades range in price from $30 to $60, making this new ... [...]

[03/15/16, via Star Magazine]
Sky Ferreira to star in Edgar Wright movie 'Baby Driver' So yeah. Lots going on this week," she wrote, captioning a picture of herself wearing 60s style sunglasses and reading a newspaper. Sky is also working on her new album "Masochism" which is due out this summer. Her new album is rumoured to be a more ... [...]

[03/14/16, via Forbes]
10 Fashion Icons and the Trends They Made Famous The simple Givenchy column gown, 3-strand pearl necklace, large tortoiseshell sunglasses, sleek updo ... she became a notable fashion icon known for her daring and trendsetting 60s styles! [...]

[03/11/16, via KhaleejTimes]
Fashion staple: The Immortal Little Black Dress How you carry yourself and how you style your average LBD makes all the difference." Mariyah also admits that the demand for LBDs is huge in the UAE and that 'roughly 60 per cent of all women attending events are usually seen donning them'. This can also ... [...]

[03/10/16, via The Daily Athenaeum]
Warmer tempuratures bring timeless spring fashion flashbacks Put on circle shaped sunglasses, a fringed kimono and be ahead of the fashion game. Criss-cross-Front Tops The open ... Boyfriend jeans are suitable for 60-degree days and look great with a simple t-shirt and flats. The jeans are made to be loose on ... [...]

NYFW: Rosie Assoulin's Spring/Summer collection bursts with bold color and show-stopping shapes

Jennifer Kline, AOL.comSep 11th 2017 2:46PMReds and yellows and oh, that orchid!Rosie Assoulin pumps up the color in her spring/summer 2018 collection, which she debuted at New York Fashion Week on Monday. Instead of adhering to a few common themes, the designer touched on everything from khaki workwear to red-carpet-ready gowns in one of the brightest, boldest presentations of the week.Particularly eye-catching looks include a torso-baring drapey red top and skirt combination, as well as an...

LAS VEGAS SHOOTING: Gunman set up cameras inside his room and outside, sheriff says

LAS VEGAS — The Las Vegas gunman planned his massacre so meticulously that he even set up cameras inside his high-rise hotel room and on a service cart outside his door, apparently to spot anyone coming for him, the sheriff said Tuesday.Meanwhile, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo named the gunman's girlfriend as a "person of interest" and said the FBI is bringing her back to the U.S. for questioning as investigators try to determine why Stephen Paddock killed 59 people in the deadliest mass shooting...

Eyewear Label Gentle Monster's Gallery Store Lands in L.A.

Beyonce, Gigi Hadid, Susan Sarandon and Tilda Swinton all regularly don the South Korean cult brand's sunglasses. South Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster is hitting the West Coast with its second U.S. location and 15th global store, opening in downtown Los Angeles on Monday, Oct. 9. Founded in 2011 by Hankook Kim, the Seoul-based brand, known for its statement sunglasses (which run from $215 to $420), opened its first U.S. flagship in New York’s SoHo neighborhood last year.On the phone...