Add to Cart: Percey, Beale
Why we love it: Each pair of Illesteva eyewear is made from hand-blended acetate by artisans in Italy and France, which is why no two pairs are the same. The brand’s sunglasses are an investment, but the premium craftsmanship and attention to detail in each pair ensures you’ll be turning heads in these frames for years to come.
Add to Cart: Lisbon, Wilson II
Why we love it: Sifting through the plethora of sunglasses styles on any site can be a challenge, which is why Preview Eyewear has narrowed it down to three essential frame shapes: Le Rond (round), Le Carré (square) and Le Chat (cat’s eye). Once you have a shape in mind, all you have to do is select a color from their color selection, including Red Wine Soaked Bordeaux, Warm Amber Cognac and Creamy Ivory.
Add to Cart: The Cat, The Square
Why we love it: Covry is an Asian brand founded by women that focuses on inclusive eyewear. Using measurements from real people, the brand’s eyewear and sunglasses are designed to comfortably fit a wide variety of face shapes and sizes. Covry eyewear is made with the brand’s Elevated Fit technology – wider nose pads, reduced frame curvature and a narrowed nose bridge – which reduces common eyewear annoyances like frames digging into the cheekbones or slipping the along the bridge of the nose.
Add to Cart: Prima Quartz, Vega Beige
Why we love it: Elisa Johnson’s eponymous label is all about her – which is a good thing, we promise. The fashion influencer-turned-designer (also the daughter of basketball legend Magic Johnson) wanted her line of accessories to represent her journey from LA girl to New York-based fashion designer. The result? Unique, designer-quality glasses under $200 each.
Add to Cart: Bonnie, Gigi
Why we love it: If you are looking for a sporty-chic bag or a pair of pop-arty sunglasses, Poppy Lissiman is the e-commerce site for you. The brand’s designs are fun, bold and often inspired by the 90s and early 2000s. Even when frame shapes are classic, the brand brightens them up with a funky, crimped rim or an unexpected frame color.