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Exovault Aluminum Eyeglasses

So maybe you're a little jealous of all your visually-impaired friends and their stylish frames — but just because you have perfect vision, that doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to rock a pair of Exovault Aluminum Eyeglasses ($400). Machined from solid aluminum, and available in either clear anodized or black anodized, these frames are made in small batches in a studio in Brooklyn. They ship without prescription lenses, so they're perfect for when you want to add a touch of hipster geek to your look, without a trip to the optometrist. And if you're one of the (un)lucky ones who truly needs corrective lenses, fret not, your eye doctor can always fit them with something functional.

  • Ray-Ban Aviator Solid Gold Sunglasses

    What's the best way to improve on the classic look of a pair of aviator sunglasses? Wrap it them gold, of course. These Ray-Ban Aviator Solid Gold Sunglasses ($3,200) — an exclusive edition limited to only 1,200 pairs, numbered and engraved — feature frames made entirely from pure 18-karat gold. They come with polarized Neophan Green lenses that produce the most natural vision possible in a pair of sunglasses, creating clarity and comfort without modifying the way you see colors. Each pair ships with a brown leather carrying case worthy of protecting such a unique set of eyewear.

  • Hodinkee x Autodromo Stelvio Sunglasses

    With a name taken from one of the most legendary drives in the world, Italy's Alpine Stelvio Pass, you'd expect a pair of shades made to be worn behind the wheel. And with the Hodinkee x Autodromo Stelvio Sunglasses ($350) that's exactly what you get. Each pair (limited to just 50 numbered units) is handmade from premium amber acetate, tumbled to a polished finish, and fitted with high-quality polarized lenses. They come in a quilted leather case inspired by classic car upholstery with a magnetic clasp made to open one-handed, so you can keep one hand on the wheel at all times.