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A guide to sunglasses: What shape suits you best, and the styles to avoid like the plague.

This is an extract of fashion journalist Alyson Walsh’s book, Know Your Style: Mix it, Match it, Love it.When we meet, Marie Wilkinson, design director at Cutler and Gross, is wearing a beautiful pair of 1950s-style brick-red frames. ‘They’re called A Day at the Races,’ she tells me, ‘I was thinking about jockeys and how they want to be distinctive but don’t wear logos, just vivid colours. The colours are very dense, very high pigment, so you can see them from far away.’Having worked with the...

What's in Alana Hadid's closet? The busy fashion maven takes us on a style tour

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Cat eye, itty bitty sunglasses are on trend

Now you can have it made in the shade. We’ve got sunglasses so hot that Katy Perry’s wearing them and the “Bad Moms” are gushing about them. Oh — by the way — we shot this story on Española Way.This season everything old is new again in sunglasses.Charlie Demos: “A lot of these fashions and styles, especially sunglasses that were popular in the ’80s and ’90s, are now coming back. Small frames and cat eye glasses are really what’s hot right now.”Who can forget when Madonna rocked the cat eye...