Thankfully, Sunglasses Are Not Season-Centric

Even if our climates are drastically different, that doesn’t mean we won’t appropriate LA-based Alex Israel’s shades as our own. Inspired by and named after various highways in LA, the collection features unisex oversized vintage-inspired sunglasses, in a variety of black and white frames with the option of reflective lenses. In the sea of high-priced designer frames, the appropriately titled Freeway line is a refreshing $100 per pair. Getting to California might be somewhat more expensive, though.

Freeway sunglasses are sold online and at various NYC retailers, including Barneys, the Gagosian Shop, and the Smile.

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