When it comes to designing sunglasses, Sunday Somewhere adroitly walks the line between retro and futuristic. Done in black, the brand’s Marshall Wayfarers resemble classic styles of eras past, but their slightly boxy silhouette makes them look ultra-modern. The Chely cat’s eye glasses in tortoiseshell acetate will give you all the glamour of Old Hollywood, but its resin-coated, UV green G15 solid lenses and thick frames seem more 2050 than 1950. Sunday Somewhere’s many other styles — the round Heeyeh, the square (and unisex) Pera — are handmade and feature 100 percent UV protection and other functional details. Founded by Australian designers Dave Allison and Carlos Aviles in 2010, Sunday Somewhere caters to men and women who appreciate eyewear that's avant-garde yet accessible.
Heading to the beach? Don't leave home without these essentials to help you pack up and cover up. Think floppy sun hats with ribbon trim, gauzy cotton scarves splashed with ombre fades and seaworthy stripes, and oversized canvas totes with twisted rope handles — and room for your sunscreen and favorite summer reads.
If you’re anything like us, right about now you’re probably thinking, “Getting back to work after the holidays has been fun and all, but it’s time to start planning that next getaway.” Fortunately, we’re here to help you do just that. Start with a Filson canvas carry-on, pack it with sweaters, cords, and winter accessories, and then throw in a Wenger pocketknife (as long as you’re not traveling by air), just in case you find yourself further outside the city limits than you had originally anticipated.
Setting your sights on a new pair of specs? Check out this selection of sleek eyewear from the some of our favorite brands, including Ashcroft, Oliver Peoples, and The Row by Linda Farrow. You’ll find modish round frames, tortoiseshell sunnies, ombré aviators, futuristic square shades, and so much more.
Even with warm weather winding down, stylish sunglasses are still a necessity for the everyday. We’ve rounded up 50 of the season’s chicest pairs, from It designer names like Balenciaga, Lanvin, and Oscar de la Renta by Linda Farrow. Better yet? There’s a covetable frame for every face, from tortoiseshell and metal aviators to studded round frames and retro cat eyes.