Israel Adesanya, an MMA fighter who started out as a dancer, is now modeling in Karen Walker’s latest eyewear campaign looking a lot less macho than he does in the ring.
This barely-there accessory has been stripped from its sun-protecting purpose, but boy, can they complete any look.
After visiting Puerto Rico on Tuesday, then heading to Las Vegas the following day, Melania Trump returned to the White House late Wednesday. Wearing a black lace skirt with a cotton sweater, she accessorized with a patent leather belt, high heels, and sunglasses — at night. FLOTUS was also criticized for wearing sunglasses to meet Puerto Rico residents earlier in the week, with some saying her mirrored shades made her seem aloof and unapproachable.
Although the first lady tried to pull together a utilitarian look for the occasion, her stilettos are throwing people off.
Holmes has been photographed all over New York City wearing a pair of “The Socialite” blue-tinted shades from Privé Revaux, Foxx’s affordable-eyewear brand.
On Monday, Aug. 21, an epic cosmic event will take place for the viewing pleasure of people across the United States. During the “Great American Eclipse,” the moon’s shadow will travel from west to east. The total eclipse will occur along a narrow zone, called the path of totality, but a partial eclipse can be seen across the nation. It is being called the greatest celestial event of the decade, but what many people don’t know is that if you try to observe this spectacular event without proper eye protection, you could go blind. ...
The top three sunglasses brands that made our cut for National Sunglasses Day on June 27: Warby Parker, Crap Eyewear, and Rumba.
“Art can change the world” was a philosophy the late great American artist Robert Rauschenberg believed in. The socially-conscious eyewear brand Warby Parker, meanwhile, believes that creative problem solving drives social change and improves the livelihood of individuals and communities. This month, the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation has teamed up with Warby Parker to create a limited-edition collection of sunglasses to celebrate the Museum of Modern Art’s upcoming exhibition on the artist: “Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends.” As a part of the deal, the glasses company has made a donation to the artist’s legacy grant program, which provides fellowships, travel, and research stipends to artists and organizations of all disciplines addressing global challenges through creative work.
Fresh from the definitive MIDO Eyewear Show in Milan, here are the five hottest sunglass trends for this summer. Be warned — they're colorful and bold!
To help prepare you for the three-day music extravaganza Coachella, we've rounded up the trendiest shoes and sunglasses to get you festival-ready.
In an increasingly saturated eyewear market, Stirling Barrett has created a unique brand in Krewe du Optic that has become an instant celebrity favorite. Since the company's inception in 2013, Krewe has cultivated an enviable league of it-girl (and boy) admirers. The name (pronounced "crew") symbolizes the brand's connection with its home base (and Stirling's hometown), New Orleans.
If you thought croakies were just for your dad and dorks, boy were you wrong — and Salma Hayek is proof. The actress attended Paris Fashion Week’s Stella McCartney show on Monday in a pair of game-changing sunglasses, reinventing an old trend for the front row.
Dior had the sunglasses of last year with “So Real.” This year, they’re hoping to capture the Zeitgeist again with their new 2016 shades. Meet the DiorSplit.
Yesterday, Barack Obama attended a baseball game with his family and Cuban President Raul Castro, opting for a casual look in a crisp white shirt and khaki pants — in stark contrast to the rest of his family, all wearing vibrant color and patterns. At the baseball outing — the first MLB exhibition game to be played in Cuba in nearly 20 years — Obama didn’t take off his Oliver Peoples sunglasses once (not even for interviewers). Despite the steep price tag, Obama looked great in his sunnies: The boxy acetate frames fit his face perfectly, and there wasn’t a flashy logo, which provided for a stylish, but not-too-trendy look.
Gwen Stefani has had more looks in the past twenty years than most people have in a lifetime. From Orange County skater chic to Harajuku girl, punk princess to princess bride, the only thing that’s remained consistent is her platinum hair (minus brief experiments with pink and blue) and her bright lips. As a host on The Voice, the newly divorced mom of three boys has been experimenting with more ladylike looks—white gowns, structured jackets, classic pumps. Her off-duty style, however, remains pure Gwen, from denim jumpsuits to ‘90s hammer pants and bright accessories, it’s very possible that absolutely no one has as much fun getting dressed as the pop-star.
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Kate Young wearing Kate Young for Tura sunglasses. Photo: BFAnyc.com A fashion guru if there ever was one, Kate Young got her start working as Anna Wintour’s assistant at Vogue before becoming one of the most in-demand stylists in the world. (Seriously, whenSienna Miller was craving a style revamp, rumor has it that Wintour called Young personally to lead the charge.) Her A-list clientele also includes Natalie Portman,Dakota Johnson , and Rachel Weisz to name a few.