- By Dave Flores
- Published 11/10/2010
Summer is over, and autumn is on the way. But my craze for designer sunglasses is very far from cooling down. It seems that once you grow an addict for certain things, it takes you the whole life to quit it. I do wish I had a wallet that produces money itself since my sunglasses addict never comes to the end. Considering the poor stock of my wallet, I bear the pain to cut the desire list short. Now there are just 3 pairs of designer sunglasses left. Let us have a look:The first one is the 3108/S from the new Gucci Heritage Aviator sunglasses collection that pays homage to the brand’s louche glamour in the ’60s and ’70s. This cool collection contains three new models -1627/S, 1622/S, and 3108/S-all sport the vintage red and green Gucci stripe on both temples. Each pair comes with a special leather case and carrying pouch. The reason I choose the 3108/S is that it is much more feminine yet a bit cheaper than other models.
d the second one is one of the two styles in Ray-Ban new Carbon Fiber Collection-the rectangular style. The high-tech material-Carbon Fiber the is main reason I add this piece into my list. Ray-Ban also applies resin composite in order to make these sunglasses more flexible and resilient. The rectangular style features lightweight polycarbonate lenses and slim elongated carbon fiber temples with rubber tips for added strength, comfort and non-slip grip.The list price is $180.The last eye candy is part of the Prada new Swing Sunglasses Collection. According to Prada. This collection featuring swooped frames was designed to match the modern femininity of the Autumn/Winter 2010 collection. For me, I love their cats-eye shape and ultra-minimalist lines which remind me of the 1950s and the Prada’s 1990s fashions respectively. But the sunglasses will not be available till October. The price is $245.I can not wait to bring these eye candies home. REALLY!
The author is an enthusiast of rolex watches.
by Dave Flores