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Lacoste has updated its iconic 101 sunglasses from the ’80s, reinterpreting the signature concept with new designs for men and women.
Styles L222S, L222SG, and L223S offer sleek, lightweight, and retro-inspired constructs in sophisticated colors. Each model comes with a custom blue case with the brand’s green and red croc logo.
Model L223S, pictured, serves up a revamped take on the classic rectangular aviator silhouette complete with gradient lens tints.
MSRP: $219 to $229
“From years of conversations with parents, I know most kids do not regularly wear sunglasses, especially kids younger than 12 years of age,” says Kaleb S. Abbott, O.D.
Realizing that kids’ sunglasses need to be more durable and harder to lose, Dr. Abbott created a solution: SunSnap Kids, sunglasses that feature “snappie” temples that—when not being worn—snap onto a child’s wrist, bicycle handlebars, backpack, car seat, and more.
All products feature 100% UVA and UVB protection, with optional polarization.
MSRP: $17.99 to $29.99 sunsnapkids.com
The new OptiPlus+ Anti-Fog Lens Wipes from Hilco Vision are a solution to glasses fogging up, especially while wearing face masks amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The single towelette is a combination of lens cleaner and anti-fog treatment and works with all lens types, including AR-coated lenses.
Luxottica Group and Versace announced the early renewal of an exclusive license agreement for the development, production, and worldwide distribution of sunglasses and prescription frames under the Versace brand. The license agreement is scheduled to expire on Dec. 31, 2029.
Giorgio Armani | AR8127B | Acetate/Metal/Crystals | 43 | Striped Blue | Women
SuperFlex Kids | SFK-229 | Acetate | 45/17-125, 47/17-130 | Blue Orange | Boys