Photographed by ANASTASIA GARCIA
Still Life Photographed by NED MATURA

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Morel debuts a new sunwear collection showcasing exquisite color combinations, unique prints and distinguished shapes for easy everyday wear.

NAXOS 4 from Morel


Handcrafted beveling and sculptural details are two design elements that help to create this bold yet timeless silhouette that is defined by its translucent sapphire blue color.

JAGGER from Barton Perreira


A women’s eyewear issue would not be complete without a sunglass that exemplifies Barbiecore pink. With a combination of an accentuated CatEye shape, a marble pink tone and rose-colored lenses, this frame is a must-have to spice up your winter wardrobe.

DOLCE & GABBANA 4450 from EssilorLuxottica

OUEST from Lafont

From left: VINCENZA from GIGI Studios; PRODESIGN DENMARK Tiger Eye from Design Eyewear Group

From left: MAD IN ITALY Corretto from Villa Eyewear; MISSONI 0186/S from Safilo


It’s all about yellow when it comes to this oval-shaped Longchamp sunglass. Yellow lenses emphasize the brightly outlined frame front that offers a little bit of fashion nostalgia.

LONGCHAMP 758S from Marchon Eyewear

From top: MODO 4124 from Modo; VIA SPIGA Guendalina from Zyloware; STRAK AMSTERDAM A24-2 from Teka Eyewear; C-ZONE 2350 from SD Eyes


With a vibrant turquoise hue and quiet elegant details of gold flecks on the frame front, this optical style delivers a packed pop of color.

CCS BY COCO SONG 202 from Poets Eyewear


Bring on the drama with this shiny oversized sunglass from Dior that is accentuated with intricate gold braided details along the outer frame front.

CHRISTIAN DIOR FilDior S1U from Thelios


A new twist on the aviator makes this optical style noteworthy with its oversized rounded square lenses and single brow bar that will flatter any face shape.

MAX MARA 5118-B from Marcolin


This fun round geometric shape is on the smaller side but packs big style with its updated twist on a classic tortoise pattern with bright beige and gray tones.

TWINS from OGI Eyewear

GIORGIO VALMASSOI 700 from Thema – A Family Factory


Let’s forget about the classic brown and black tortoise pattern, and opt for new and exciting versions like this unique combination of yellow and gray paired with a rounded frame front.

STATE OPTICAL Dusable from Europa Eyewear

From top: LULU GUINNESS 192 from Tura; ANN TAYLOR PETITE 930 from L’Amy America; TINO from l.a.Eyeworks


A neutral optical frame is always a great way to show off your refined style. Just Cavalli adds their personal take on this subtle option with pointy CatEye corners and a dark red swirl design detail.

JUST CAVALLI VJC076 from De Rigo Rem

From left: LILLY PULITZER Porsha from Kenmark Eyewear; DIVA 5591 from ESE International

From top: ADIRA Sherly from ClearVision Optical; SILHOUETTE 8192 from Silhouette; OTPS 2038 from WestGroupe; ROXY 3019 from Mondottica USA

Year after year, we see new micro trends and faltering fads from the fashion industry make their way into eyewear. Thankfully for us, most of these limited trends only last about a year or two, and we are left with the beloved, timeless and unique eyewear styles that we love and cherish. Particularly when it comes to women’s eyewear, there is a sense of allure, sophistication and boldness that continues to flourish each season. As 20/20 celebrates our 50th anniversary this year, we have been searching through archives from the past five decades, and there is one thing that stands out from all of our past issues: Women’s Eyewear. This category continues to deliver stunning and transformative sunwear and optical styles that stay on trend but also reach new heights, giving women the style and fashion that they crave. This year, we focused on combining vintage and modern eyewear styles to create a mood of quiet elegance that showcases the details, shapes and colors that have come to define women’s eyewear.

–Victoria Garcia