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these fancy shades from Linda Farrow could be the ones. Part of the brand's Luxe line, these are handmade in Japan using proper raw materials—black, tortoise and honey acetate frames hold lenses offering UV protection. Also: 24-karat gold-plated titanium fittings, a tri-fold leather sleeve...

Like Solange Knowles, Keri Hilson attended Hennessy's Wild Rabbit Campaign event last night in NYC sporting a sheer Mondrian inspired top and black pants, topped off by $472 Linda Farrow x the Row Rounded Sunglasses: The celebrity favorite boasts rounded frames for a vintage feel. Keri's...

Linda Farrow for The Row Spring '12 In just a few years, Linda Farrow has become one of the coolest names in designer sunnies. The Linda Farrow label has been around since 1970, but has been rejuvenated in recent years thanks to an expanding roster of ongoing collaborations with designers we...

Rihanna wore an aqua Antonio Berardi Resort 2012 look to the fragrance launch and more relaxed look to dinner at Nozomi whilst flaunting her Linda Farrow Luxe sunglasses. The cream coloured snakeskin sunglasses have brown lenses. These retro-chic sunglasses provided the perfect...

Of note, employees of the new Linda Farrow Gallery will be outfitted with custom uniforms designed by Charles Anastase and the shop itself will play exclusively produced music by composer, Yasmina Dexter. More detailed looks on the following page. Related posts: " eYe Junya Watanabe...

If you're a fan of retro-favored cat-eye sunglasses, you'll love the other two options in the collection: the SUNO x Linda Farrow Tortoise Shell Sunglasses ($395 at SUNOny.com), shown second from top; and the SUNO x Linda Farrow Scallop/Deep Purple Sunglasses ($395 at SUNOny.com), pictured...

These are glasses in case you couldn't tell (no one would blame you). Linda Farrow and Jeremy Scott definitely know how to push boundaries, but I think this effort has fallen off the cliff. This is what a tot looks like when she sees something that scares her, and frankly, I'm reacting to...

Established in 1970, the Linda Farrow brand rose quickly to acclaim. Originally a fashion designer herself, Linda Farrow was one of the first to treat sunglasses as fashion, her finger always on the pulse of the times. A tireless experimenter, Farrow pioneered many of the shapes and styles...

Take, for example, the Jeremy Scott x Linda Farrow TV Glasses ($220 at PatriciaField.com), pictured at top, which feature two black squares with tiny round, flat, gunmetal-colored studs along their bottom ridge meant to resemble the buttons on old-school analog TV sets. The gradient gray...