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Eyes for Design

In business since 1915, NYC-based eyewear company Moscot is steeped in old-school cool. But the brand's taking retro back to the future this week by launching a revamped website. Aside from a graphical facelift, you'll find seven new classically styled specs along with sections for company-approved music, furnishings and non-Moscot frames. We're fans of the new Jordan aviator, but if you're bold enough, try pulling off the new brown and crystal colorway on their signature Lemtosh frames—similar to the clear style Shipley & Halmos put on their spring runway. - Alex Miller

  • Fair-skinned? Tortoiseshell and light brown frames are better suited for your complexion. Black frames are best for those with more olive skin.

Lemtosh frames, $180 and
Miltzen sunglasses, $209