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Tzukuri Eyewear

You don't need a screen in front of your eye to make your glasses smart. Tzukuri Eyewear does it by embedding a beacon inside each pair that links to your iPhone, letting you know if you're about to forget your glasses — or if you're about to walk away from your phone. Developed using 3D analysis to look good on more faces, with a result of six designs in three sizes, each pair is handcrafted in Japan and features high-quality polarized, anti-scratch lenses that offer 100% UV protection.

  • Shwood Fifty/Fifty Sunglasses

    Shwood is rightfully known for its sustainably-sourced wood-framed sunglasses. But their talents aren't tied in a single material. The new Shwood Fifty/Fifty Sunglasses are a perfect example. As the name suggests, these shades are a stylish mixture of Mazzucchelli acetate — plant-based and renewable — and fine wood inlays. And while looks are important, so is the ability to actually see out of them, which is why they sport optics from Carl Zeiss.

  • 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.