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Anna Wintour explained why she wears her iconic sunglasses, and her reasoning is surprisingly relatable
Anna Wintour, Vogue's iconic Editor-in-Chief, is known for her heavy black sunglasses, but the reason she wears them isn't particularly glamorous.
Kim Kardashian West has dropped a new line of sunglasses that includes both sporty, goggle-like designs and small, sleek frames.
Rihanna is the latest celebrity to wear giant sunglasses that look like ski goggles, signaling the end of tiny frames
Rihanna, Kim Kardashian West, and Jennifer Lopez have all retired the tiny sunglasses trend in favor of sporty, oversized frames.
Popular watch startup MVMT has extended its sitewide Cyber Monday sale — save up to 25% on watches and sunglasses
Save up to 25% on at MVMT watches and sunglasses during the company's sitewide Cyber Week sale. Some of the watches can be had for under $100.
Snapchat’s parent company is trying again with a new version of its Spectacles glasses — this time with two cameras, at a price of $350
The newest pair of Snap Spectacles camera glasses will use augmented reality to improve users' footage-capturing experience, Cheddar reports.
Sunglasses have been trendy for decades. From cat eye to robotic frames, here's how sunglasses have looked over time and changed over the years.
The one thing your sunglasses need if you’re doing snow or water sports, according to the founders of a luxury eyewear brand
Business Insider spoke to the founders of luxury eyewear brand Taylor Morris about all things sunglasses. The founders, Hugo Taylor and Charlie Morris, told us that it's key to wear polarized lenses when doing any snow or water sports.
The Italian eyeglass conglomerate Luxottica is responsible for 60% of all sunglass sales in the US. Safilo is next with just 6% market share.
When was the last time you visited your local library? You should if you plan to look at the 2017 total solar eclipse.
Italian eyewear maker Luxottica and French corrective eye lens maker Essilor have agreed on a €50 billion ($53.16 billion) merger.