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Lafont doubles up on personality with an intricate yet totally face and eye friendly take on what it means to be the ultimate in EyeArt.

NORA from Lafont


Cruise to soaring sun style with Denon’s elevated navigator in shiny silver metal with a bold double brow bar. –Christine Yeh

LORENZO from Denon Eyewear


Set sail to sunny destinations with Ferragamo’s oversized sunglass with dramatic wide temples in a blush peach hue. –Christine Yeh

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO 1101S from Marchon Eyewear

Pretty in Purple

Get ready to add some majestic purple to your wardrobe with this lightweight and eco-friendly sunglass that delivers a rounded and retro rectangle shape. –Victoria Garcia

ECO Calluna from Modo

Cool Colors

Green is quickly becoming a go-to color in eyewear, and this frame gives us a dual color combination of dark navy blue temples and a trending forest green frame front. –Victoria Garcia

QUIKSILVER 2016 from Mondottica USA

Shape Shifter

Loewe is no stranger to making a statement, and this frame's subtle curves complement its oversized rectangular shape to make the most impact. –Jillian Urcelay

LOEWE 40114I from Thelios

Saddle Up

Doing what they do best, AO pulls from the archives and recreates the past with this vintage inspired optical style with a saddle bridge. –Jillian Urcelay

AMERICAN OPTICAL Kline from Europa Eyewear

A New Blue

Tiffany Blue goes navy for fall with this deep blue shade balanced by equally bold thick temples and a striking frame front. –Jillian Urcelay

TIFFANY & CO. 2235 from EssilorLuxottica

Wrappers Delight

The ’90s called, and Marc Jacobs answered. Get on board with the return of oversized wrapped shades, especially when it’s enrobed in glossy ivory. –Christine Yeh

MARC JACOBS 1087/S from Safilo

The Green Light

A translucent green hue takes this classic sunglass shape to new heights with its keyhole bridge and unique adjustable nosepads. –Victoria Garcia

HOFFMAN from Article One


The gallery is ready. The Exposition of EyeArt for the upcoming season is set to soar. The specs are on face, and the 20/20 edit crew is ready for a new season of… trend setting. So here is Executive Editor Christine Yeh, Fashion Editor Victoria Garcia and Feature Editor Jillian Urcelay as your hosts and guides on what to expect as eyewear and sunwear soars anew right now and into 2024.

–James J. Spina