English accessories firm Lulu Guinness unveiled its first collection of sunglasses last week, manufactured under license with Lake Success, N.Y.-based Tura LP.
The line’s 11 plastic and metal frames are as whimsical as the company’s handbags, with looks including cat’s-eye shapes with polkadots, cherry- blossom metal embellishments or laser-engraved stars. The London-based designer behind the firm that bears her name is known to love anything vintage, so each frame is named for a Hollywood star from a bygone era, such as Marlene [Dietrich], Rita [Hayworth] and Greta [Garbo]. “Be a Glamour Girl,” one of Guinness’ signature mantras, is engraved on the inside of each temple.
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