Add a structural touch to your accessories game this season. Sunglasses are all about the statement they make, and a rounded or smooth-edged frame is not going to cut it. A trend that started with a chic cat's eye has evolved into a full-fledged movement dedicated to bringing architectural integrity to your eyewear rotation. Whether through rhomboid forms or the most angular of edges, the newest styles in sunglasses are sure to make your face even more memorable. Shop our favorite picks below.
Luxury eyewear brand Kaleos recently dropped two new frames for Spring 2019. Its avant-garde Monroe style boasts diamond-shaped lenses juxtaposed against a rounded bridge. This frame comes in five colorways: pink, orange, green, blue and gray.
Also on Kaleos' Spring 2019 roster are the Jefferies - limited edition sunglasses devoid of any tradition in form. A titanium bar welded to form the bridge allows a futuristic feel against the rounded lenses. The exclusive style is limited to just 150 pairs.
Dita celebrates the value of craftsmanship as much as it does impeccable design, as is evident in its Interweaver frames. With a sleek catseye shape rendered completely in titanium, this semi-rimless pair is an instant icon.
Swedish eyewear designer Anna-Karin Karlsson uses avant-garde design to transform eyewear into a work of art, and The Moon is no exception. This highly distinctive frame is done in both a catseye and a round shape.
Krewe takes inspiration from the historic architecture in New Orleans. Its Conti style was named for the vibrant street in the city's French Quarter, complete with a vibrant acetate frame on its round lenses and a unique brow bridge.
For Art's Sake creates handmade luxury sunglasses devoted to the daring aesthetic of imperfectionists. Aptly named, the Boxx style is rendered in a modified square stainless steel frame that is narrower than its lenses.