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About Karen Walker Sunglasses

Since launching her eponymous brand in 1988, New Zealand-based fashion designer Karen Walker has won the hearts and minds of many fashionistas with her chic sunglasses collection. Walker juxtaposes opposites — masculine and feminine, luxurious and casual, edgy and sweet — to create shades that vary from boho-retro to elegant and avant-garde. The popular Helter Skelter design, for example, comes in classic tortoiseshell for an everyday casual look, and in black and gold metal for mysterious Hollywood glamour. Walker takes a similar approach to her Perfect Day cat-eye sunglasses, Deep Freeze wayfarers, and oversize frames. In addition to sunglasses, Walker designs women’s clothing, jewelry, and — for good measure — home accessories that have earned her accolades from the likes of <i>Vogue</i>, <i>InStyle</i>, and <i>Nylon</i>.

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Sale Ended September 06, 2014

Linda Farrow Luxe Eyewear

The London designer's signature retro shades and sleek optical frames.

Sale Ended November 20, 2014

Designer Eyewear Feat. Paul Smith

Stylish specs and shades by some of our favorite luxe lines.

Sale Ended December 17, 2013

Wear Now: Black & White Accessories

Classic black and white is always a safe (and stylish) bet when it comes to making a bold, graphic statement. Go for a high-contrast vibe this season and accessorize your look with get-noticed bowler satchels, cap-toe ballet flats, mod resin necklaces, and zebra-print shades.

Sale Ended August 29, 2012

Karen Walker Sunglasses

Karen Walker has been known for her effortlessly hip looks since 1988, and with this collection of shades, the emphasis is on <i>quirky cool</i>. Frames dressed up in bold tortoise, rainbow-bright hues, and oversize silhouettes are on offer — not to mention the slick aviators and perfectly round numbers. No wonder Rihanna and Florence Welch are fans.