Super Man

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Super reinterprets the classic aviator into a sleek piece of acetate in their "Man" frame. The sunglasses take on a slim and sleek profile to keep things lightweight and minimal in a svelte black frame with tear-drop lenses from Carl Zeiss.

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Dior Homme Blacktie 182S

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Dior Homme's latest frames for their Blacktie series follows the fashion label's high-tech styling for their latest season with advanced manufacturing techniques, molded rubber and brushed stainless steel temples, and mirrored lenses in a classic frame shape.

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Warby Parker Spectrum Collection

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Warby Parker sets its focus on the Spring with a new collection that takes advantage of that extra dose of daylight. The Spectrum Collection is colorful and classic with frames that feature colorful stripes and shapes that will never go out of style.

$95-$145, Warby Parker

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Oakley TinCan

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Formed from thin stainless steel, Oakley unveils another impressive piece of eyewear engineering, TinCan. The high-modulus stainless steel frame is also lightweight and features air-filled silicon nosepads, Rimlock technology to keep the lenses secure, and our favorite feature, an innovative screwless hinge mechanism inspired by hub-less motorcycle wheels.

$200-$250, Oakley

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Safilo by Marc Newson

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Famed designer Marc Newson is stepping in to help celebrate Italian eyewear giant Safilo celebrate its 80th with an exclusive line of frames. The new styles bridge the past and the future with the original UFO design updated with state of the art eyewear materials such as lightweight Optyl, aluminum, and a newly-designed hinge. The frames will be available this April in select Safilo accounts and stores such as Colette, Mr Porter, and Dver Street Market.

Safilo (Via Cool Hunting)

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Oliver Peoples San Francisco

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With the help of Los Angeles architectural firm Marmol Radziner, Oliver Peoples makes its way to Northern California with their first boutique in San Francisco. The 800 sq. foot space is surrounded in woven-wood wall inspired by a ship's hull while live-edge plans of wood play host to the brand's wide selection of optical and sunglass styles.

Oliver Peoples SF
140 Grant Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 362-3222

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Super Motorpsycho Spring '14

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Super's latest round of frames gets its inspiration from "70s psychedelia, biker culture, and spiritual madness." That all translates into marble-like acetates in a variety of hues, mirrored lenses, and snakeskin-wrapped frames in each of Super's signature silhouettes.

Super

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Moscot Originals Cable Collection

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Moscot brings back an original style that is as classic today as it was when it first launched with their new Cable Collection. The two models feature a timeless round lens design with wrap around cable temples. Both frames are sold as a set with the clip-on sun lens ($350)or separate with the frame at $295 and the clip for $90.

Moscot

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Warby Parker Chronicle Collection

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Warby Parker is offering their first line of titanium wire frames with the Chronicle Collection. The thin and lightweight frames are made of Japanese titanium, each with a matte finish and hand-mixed acetate temple tips. As usual, the frames are very very reasonably priced for what you get, $145 for both frame and lens.

$145, Warby Parker

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Moncler Lunettes FW14

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Moncler expands its sunglass range with new styles for its FW14 collection. The frames are inspired by St. Moritz in the '50s with colorful acetates, lightweight titanium, and an aesthetic that perfectly complements the brand's sport and technical heritage. The sunglasses will be available this April at Moncler.com, select optical dealers, and Moncler boutiques.

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