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A Women’s Movement

The building blocks of women’s eyewear fashion inspire this season with a mash-up of trends—from uniquely fresh silhouettes to luscious, sophisticated colors that pop.

Photographed
BY DAVID KRESSLER

Styled + Directed
BY ERINN MORGAN

Art Direction
BY WILLIAM PFAFF

TREND: Outside-the-Box Shapes.

SHAPE-SHIFTERS

Fresh (yet still truly wearable) silhouettes come to the fore, from hexagonal shapes to mod cat-eyes. From top: The Fysh F-3654 from WestGroupe is a chic metal-and-acetate cat-eye modernized with a crisscross brow bar and a sophisticated gray hue. The Koali Canna 20081K from Morel intros a trailblazing hexagonal silhouette in a tortoise acetate that channels animal print and is punctuated with a metal outer rim.

TREND: Hip Factor.

THE COOL KIDS

Highly wearable but eternally cool styling for women is amped up with modern details and colors. Clockwise from top: The Ray-Ban RB1971V from Luxottica channels a hip ‘70s vibe in simple, thin metal amplified with an oversized square shape. The Victoria Beckham VB2106 from Marchon Eyewear serves up style in a modified aviator silhouette. The Etnia Barcelona Le Jardin Peony has geometric-inspired flair with a unique color palette.

TREND: Fresh Hues.

STATEMENT MAKERS

Women’s specs colors take a sophisticated turn this season while still turning heads. From top: The Fendi FF0420 from Safilo delivers oversized glam in a rich, light caramel tone. The Police VPLA01 from De Rigo REM stands clear in a bold black acetate shape highlighted by distinctive geometric temple cutouts. The l.a.Eyeworks Sand Dab in Party Tortoise is a classic acetate shape defined by a multihued presentation.