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Sunglasses have been a fashion statement for celebrities throughout time.  Take a "look" back to "see" which styles have become classic designs...

1920 – French fashion icon Coco Channel popularized the Casual Chic as the feminine standard while Albert Einstein hid behind a more Conservative style.

1930 – This Vintage Style was the first unisex style of sunglasses

1940’s – Carried over from the last decade, Tortoise Shell Frames remained popular with superstars like Cary Grant & Katherine Hepburn

1950’s  - The Cat Eye style was all the rage made famous by Audrey Hepburn in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s and America’s cowboy, John Wayne, maintained a Rugged Look

1960’s – Jackie Kennedy popularized Oversized eye candy while Jack Nicholson introduced Hollywood to  the Club Master sunglasses

1970’s – The flower child generation & John Lennon saw the world through Retro round frames while Steve McQueen upheld his reputation as the King of Cool

1980’s - Tom Cruise made the Classic Wayfarer style popular in the 1983 movie, Risky Business and then again with the Aviator style in the 1986 movie Top Gun.

1990’s – The Friends era put  a spin on the old Round Club Master style

2000’s – Kate Hudson looked fantastic in the popular Retro round frames in the movie Almost Famous while cyclists Lance Armstrong  made the Sporty look all the rage!

2010 – Generation Z saw the world through Orange Tinted sunglasses and Larger Frames

2020’s – We are Envisioning a Greener Future!  Let’s make it a SWELL one!

2020’s – We are Envisioning a Greener Future!  Let’s make it a SWELL one!


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