Blues Brothers-style cool, in your pocket. The Ray-Ban Folding Wayfarer Sunglasses ($150) offer classic plain-black styling in a foldable, pocketable form for convenient travel. An included hard case keeps the shades protected whilst in your pocket, and Italian craftsmanship means they'll be around for a long time.
Searching for some great-looking, retro-themed sunglasses? Look no further than Moscot Originals Sunglasses ($180). These fantastic specs are based on the original designs that made the company famous back in the 1930s and 1940s. We particularly like the Johnny Depp-approved Lemtosh with a tortoise frame (pictured), but any one of the designs are sure to add some old-school sophistication to your look, even if you opt to go frame-only, and have them made into perscription glasses.
If you happened to notice how kick-ass Bond's sunglasses were in Casino Royale, you weren't the only one. He sports these Persol 2720 Sunglasses ($160). The tortoise shell shades feature the signature Persol silver arrow, UVA, UVB and UVC protection, and brown glass lenses.
What do you get when you mix one of the world's premiere superbike manufacturers with one of the world's best sunglasses manufacturers? The Oakley Ducati Juliet ($330), apparently. Black Iridium lenses are wrapped in a carbon-colored lightweight titanium alloy for a look of class, while the smaller frames of the Juliet design complement most faces. Red earsocks and accents finish the aggressively classy look — perfect for when you're riding your favorite two-wheeled rocket.
"License and Registration please." Not normally a message one wants to hear, even if it's coming from an officer sporting these stylish shades. These Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses have long been associated with law enforcement types, yet have managed to remain hip. What other pair of sunglasses offer Top Gun chic and might just save you from a speeding ticket? Available in a huge variety of frame and lens options.