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About Dita Eyewear

In developing collections for their sunglasses brand Dita Eyewear, LA-based designers Jeff Solorio and John Juniper derive inspiration from the chic glasses of the 1950s through the 1980s. The label’s Optical series includes everything from metal, Art Deco-flavored shapes to boxy Buddy Holly glasses and post-modern styles. Dita's Sun collection features super-futuristic shades like the Raygun — a goggle-like pair accented with front screws — as well as more traditional aviators, wayfarers and oversize round frames. Handcrafted from titanium, zyl acetate and gold by highly experienced Japanese artisans, Dita Eyewear’s vintage chic frames are known for their top-quality construction and intentionally minimalist branding. Considering how well they're designed, we wouldn’t have them any other way.

Past Sales Featuring Dita Eyewear

Sale Ended September 28, 2012

Accessories Blowout

Whether you’re in the market for a stylish pair of glasses, a new hat for the season ahead, a great wallet, or pretty much any other accessory you can imagine, you’ll find it right here in this sale. Take your pick from a host of top brands like Garrett Leight, Mr. Kim, Jack Spade, and more.

Sale Ended December 14, 2012

The Art of the Charcoal Suit

The trick to rocking the charcoal suit is picking one statement piece. The suit already does a great job of anchoring your outfit, so don’t be afraid to take a risk with a bold tie or a patterned sport shirt. Choose a sleek pair of shoes like longwings or simple leather oxfords to bring it all home.

Sale Ended February 04, 2013

One-of-a-Kind Accessories

Spot a piece that has your name on it? Snag it before it's too late — each item in this assortment is the one and last of its kind. Find some of our best-loved picks, from glam oversize shades and vibrantly printed scarves to luxe leather totes and cozy knit caps.

Sale Ended January 23, 2012

Weekend Wear

Sure, you can lose the tie when the weekend hits (though you don't have to), but that doesn’t mean it’s time to slip into your finest sweatsuit and pretend it’s proper clothing. Make sure your off-the-clock look is up to snuff with this collection of casual gear. It’s everything you need to keep that style kicking on Saturday and Sunday.