The guys at Crap Eyewear approach their vocation — creating “wild sunglasses for wild people” – with irony and irreverence. Styles like “the Juan Jovi” (rectangular black frames) and “the Beach Party” (wayfarers) come in off-beat colors or feature <i> Matrix</i>-y reflective lenses in bright blues and purples. Los Angeles-based designers Peter Nussbaum and Nick Potash founded Crap Eyewear in 2009 after creating bold sunglasses for their friends and family members. The duo released a line of glasses to the wider public and soon found their wares being sold in Australia and other faraway lands. Today, Crap Eyewear’s retro-modern products can be found on famous (Lil Wayne is a fan) and fashionable faces the world over.
From understated aviators and wayfarers to a few 70s-inspired styles, these shades are a great way to put the finishing touch on what we can only assume is an already impeccable daily look.
Bold, retro-flavored sunglasses in an array of colors and shapes.
Classic-cool shades from the SoCal brand.
A selection of great sunglasses with style to spare.