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Fall is finally here! It's that time of the year again when fashion trends change and wardrobes should be upgraded. Today, let's start this season with one of the accessories almost everyone wear...the eyeglasses! Good news folks, eyeglasses can't be boring anymore. Why? Warby Parker launched its Fall 2014 stylish eyeglasses. They have different silhouettes to fit anyone's personality plus they added new colors, Striped Pacific and Petal Tortoise, that you'll definitely love.

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The Fall 2014 collection is now available, the price starts at $95. For every eyeglasses sold, Warby Parker will donate a pair to someone in need through its non-profit partners.


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Last week, Brazilian model, Gisele Bundchen went to Ibiza, Spain to promote the Spring/Summer 2008 Vogue Eyewear Line. She was accompanied by Tom Brady, her current boyfriend. After posing and doing a peace sign in front of the people and the cameras, she revealed that fashion is not the most important thing in her life with this statement:

“Fashion is my job, but it is not the most important thing in my life.”






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Stars, stripes…and shades? With white showing up on just about every summer dress and blue being captured by the ocean waves, stars are slipping on red sunglasses for the aura of patriotically spirited style.

From Fergie's retro Ray-Bans to Bai Ling's glamorous peepers, these rosy specs add the perfect amount of sass to all skin tones. Just make sure you keep the crimson hue over your eyes only by slathering on a heavy layer of sunblock. Nobody but Santa can pull off red from head to toe.


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Taking a break from my wearable series, now I'm giving you insights on "Sunglasses" from Style.


So, are you eyeing summer's hottest shades - from avaitors to wraparounds? But before having one, knowing their origin can do no harm. They started as pure function- tinted lenses to protect eyes that are made weary by the sun. But since their beginnings in the mid-19th century, sunglasses have become more and more about form.

An interactive look at today's hottest shades - from the unadorned aviator to eclectic bejeweled and brightly colored frames:


First in Flight
First produced for pilots by Ray-Ban in the 1930's, aviators have been championed by military men of the real and fictional variety. Of course, the simple metal frames look as sharp outside the cockpit, that is why they're the shades of choice for civilians who don't wish to channel the Olsen twins.

Major Jewels
Who needs jewelry when your sunglasses are this bling? Not since they first appeared in 1950's has the future looked so bright for bejeweled frames. In the place of the subtle smatterings of rhinestones of yore, crystal logos decorate the temples and jaw-droppingly large gems stud the arms.

Cat Power
Think Grace Kelly in Monaco or Sophia Loren in Capri. The popularity of cat eyes- sometimes called "butterflies" for their winglike frames - peaked in the sixties. Where you're likely to see these retro-cool shades today: anywhere there's a starlet and a swimming pool.

Full Brights
Neon has returned to the runways, so it's no surprise that fashion brands like Roger Vivier, Armani Exchange, and Kate Spade are turning heads with electro-hued shades. Like a fire-engine-red trench or an Yves Klein-blue cocktail dress, acid-bright sunglasses are a guaranteed standout in a crowd of tortoiseshell frames.

Metallica
Riffling on that old-school fashion rule of matching your bag to your shoes, some may suggest pairing your shades to your accessories instead! Even if spring's space-age trend hasn't exactly blasted off, there are too many silver, bronze, and gold totes and sandals to count- and just as many metallic sunglasses.

Wrap Stars
A direct descendant of ski goggles and other sporty styles, wraparounds not only shield wearers from the sun and snow glare, but can also serve as a personal line of defense against camera-wielding paparazzi. No wonder they're favorites of rocker-turned-philanthropist Bono and model-turned-designer Kate Moss.


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Scurrying to this season's "must-have" list are the hottest new looks of chic eyeglasses. Consider the following items and you'll be "in" on eye fashion this season.

Avant Garde. Angular shapes, modern patterns, emphasis on the temple, and the color white are the latest expressions of avant garde style.



Retro Shapes. Retro shapes such as cateyes and oversized rounds continue to fascinate, this year with lens sizes exaggerated either up or down.



Colors. Browns, blacks, and reds dominate the season's color palette in apparel; the trend is echoed in eyewear.



Linings and Layers. Designers continue to use layered plastics for interesting effects, including hidden linings behind the frame. They're adding patterns such as stripes and animal prints, as well as logos, especially on the temple. One especially new trend is placing color elements on clear plastic.



Details. Details add unique interest even to simple frame shapes. Unusual materials such as wood and leather, cutouts, jewels, and rhinestones convey luxury and craftsmanship or emphasize the masculinity or femininity of a frame.



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