Photographed by Neil Francis Dawson
Still Life Photographed by Ned Matura​

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Art Director Iris Johnson tells 20/20 arctic blue is the peak pale of the new sun season. So let it be said… so let it be vision.


The Shape That Cries Wolf

Edges, angles, honey… A sun style that howls with personality.

ADELE from Andy Wolf Eyewear

World Class

Seraphin fans all the flames here from shape to color with a decided bracing of quality and the added gesture of frame material and separate nosepads offering an ultimate worldly fit.

SERAPHIN Wycliff from Ogi Eyewear

The Smoking Tortoise

The frame-in-a-frame, here on its way to being a legend-in-a-legend.

ZAC POSEN Yasmine from Kenmark Eyewear

From left: JUDITH LEIBER COUTURE Waltz from Design Gallery/A Division of Match Eyewear; SERGE KIRCHHOFER Mod. 406 from Brando Eyewear; FENDI Run Away from Safilo


Texture is the new tone, especially with eyewear in its more delicate shapes and styles. Eye-catching and light-catching in its 3D tactility.

UKKIE from Gotti Switzerland

Browed to Know You

Eyewear that is a trend unto itself: Cazal. Eyewear that literally OWNS its trends.

CAZAL 886 from Eastern States Eyewear and Ultra Palm Optical

From left: ARMER from Christian Roth; ZEPHYR from Garrett Leight California Optical

From top: OGA 10042O from Morel; LANVIN VLN095S from De Rigo Rem; CLEESE 6535 from Bevel Specs

Double or Something

Pilot to Co-Pilot: That double-lens look. Repeat: That DOUBLE-LENS look.

PRADA SPS51T from Luxottica

From left: MATSUDA 10601H from Matsuda Eyewear; LOOP NAVIGATOR from Victoria Beckham Eyewear

Softly Ambered

Redefining the meaning of a pillow shape with a couture heritage well up to that challenge.

BALENCIAGA 5078 from Marcolin

Taking it to a New Dimension

Note that lens detailing. The modern world has a new signature with 3D imprinting, and BP takes that tech and gives it flourish via sunwear eye art.

SOL MATE from Barton Perreira

From top: AMAZONE from Lafont; KIO YAMATO KP-211U from Kio Yamato

From top: COURREGES CL1691 from Mad Vision; SILHOUETTE 4528 from Silhouette

From left: BUPKES from MOSCOT; CUTLER AND GROSS 1273 from Cutler and Gross

Wire You Looking at Me

This might well be the longest top brow bar design element in the history of eyewear… or should we say… Eye Wire?!

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO 169S from Marchon Eyewear

From top: BMW 6542 from Aspex Eyewear; MASTER from Paradis Collection; GWATHMEY from Blake Kuwahara