SupperClub Eyewear


We don't what we love more about SupperClub's new line of sunglasses, the thick acetates or that bad ass knife logo across the temple. The frames are classic in their silhouettes, but amplified with chunky frames that definitely set them apart from the rest.

The line is launching with four styles, each built from hand-made 8mm Zyl Cellulose acetate with polarized CR-39 lenses and five-barrel hinges. They also come with a clever eyewear case that collapses into a flat sliver when not in use.

$190, SupperClub

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Salt Optics Collection Two 2014


On the other side of the coast another company named Salt releases their second eyewear collection of the year adding new sunglass styles as well as new optical silhouettes.

The second collection goes heavy with the aviator styles frames with traditional teardrop styles made from lightweight and flexible beta titanium while others mix alloy and acetates. One the acetate side Salt releases a big and bold frame with the Ray and aclassic round shape with the Eddie from their optical range. Salt's new styles hit shelves on August 15th.

Salt Optics


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Steven Alan Newport Sunglasses


From their limited edition Atlantic-Pacific collection, Steven Alan releases a sunglass influenced by New York and Tokyo. The retromodern Newport aviator mixes a cellulose acetate frame and titanium nose pads that will never wear out.

The acetate is sourced from Northern Italy and comes in your choice of Tortoise, Dark Tortoise, and Cream. Each frame also comes with polarized lenses to reduce glare and at $145 a pop that's quite a deal for a premium and limited edition pair of shades.

$145, Steven Alan

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Garrett Leight Modshop


Garrett Leight launches Modshop, a new online sunglass customization service that lets you view your frame creations in 360 degrees and also lets you customize size, color, lens, and you can even choose get any frame color in a matte finish.

The service currently has five silhouettes to choose from including the Kinney, Brooks, Wilson, Hampton, and Milwood. Tons of lens options are available as well, mirrored colors to gradients and of course, polarized lenses in your choice of CR-39 or glass.

Garrett Leight

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Persol PO3091SM


We're not sure why rounder frames aren't a little more popular these days. The classic silhouette has been a favorite of some of the most influential people on the planet. Persol's got their own take on it and a handful of great colors to choose from.

The style's circular shape is wrapped in Persol's signature details from the mini Supreme Arrows to the little Meflecto marks on the temples. They've also complemented the metal earstems and nosebridge with various acetate colors and polarized lenses.


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Steven Alan Andre Sunglasses


Steven Alan's newest pair of sunglasses is a little different than what we're used to seeing from the expert shirtmaker. Shorter and and rectangular, the frames have a slight scowl, especially with the eyebrow-like details at the top of the frame.

The frames are made from cellulose acetate sourced from Northern Italy, five barrel rose gold plated hinges, a gingham-lined carrying case, and it might be a shorter style, but at 59mm its a wider fit to give it that imposing presence.

$145, Steven Alan

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Beck x Warby Parker Part Deux


Beck and Warby Parker are back at it and since the original release proved to be a success the two have joined up once again to not only bring back the "Carmichael" frame ($95) in a new color, but also release an incredible new version of his album, Song Reader.

Beck and producer Randall Poster selected a special group of artists who have created exclusive versions just for this release. The 20-track collection will feature recordings by Jack White, Juanes, Norah Jones, Lord Huron, Jeff Tweedy, Jarvis Cocker, and of course, Beck himself. The album will be available at select dealers such as Need Supply in Virginia, Alchemy Works in LA, Warby Parker's retail stores, and iTunes.

Warby Parker

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Hobo Folding Glasses


When you're packing light the last thing you want to get in the way is a clunky pair of sunglasses. There are a number of great folding options to save you space from a variety of brands and our new favorite comes from Japanese accessory brand, Hobo.

Their folding glasses come in a sunglass or prescription frame and was created in collaboration with Kaneko Optical. Each frame is made from celluloid fiber and features arrow details at the temples on a matte black or gloss black frame and you also get a pigskin pouch to pack it in for travel.


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Warby Parker Beacon Collection


Those Warby Parker guys are a busy bunch these days and while we could complain that there's too much coming out, it's hard to ignore that they every release has a handful of designs that are definitely worth noting.

Today they've released the Beacon Collection, two unique shapes designed for the sun or prescription wear. The first style, the Ingram, takes the wayfarer shape and slims it down with a thin frame, dipped browline, and squared-off lenses. The Garrett takes a more aggressive approach with a flat-top brow and a keyhole nosebridge.

$95-$150, Warby Parker


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Ray-Ban Wayfarer Denim


Ray-Ban has been having a field day with materials lately. We've seen everything from solid gold aviators to leather Warfarers and even an aluminum take on the always-classic Clubmaster. So what's next? How about some denim on your face?

Now, it might sound like an odd fit for a pair of sunglasses, but take a good look at the frame and you'll have to agree that it makes for a good pair of shades. They've taken the Wayfarer shape and swathed strong layers of denim with polypropylene and acetate that are fused in a stratification process that reaches temperatures of up to 200 degrees to create each frame.


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