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Better Than 20/20 Vision: Cynthia Rowley Tackles Eyewear

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    With the expansion of Cynthia Rowley's eponymous brand, which will now include fashionable eyewear, you can quite literally be decked out head to toe in the CFDA award-winning designer duds. Rowley Eyewear is the newest project from the New York-based designer, and we've got to say the collection is just as gorgeous as her clothing and other accessories.

    With an array of shapes and colors, the choice is yours for what look you'll be sporting next. From cat-eye frames to aviators, and classic tortoise patterns to bright indigo hues, these glasses will be sure to bring some attention to your precious peepers. And for those not so optically challenged, don't feel left out, because Ms. Rowley has dreamed up some super-cute sunnies for her new collection, as well.

    Oh, and did we mention how great the price point is? Coming in at just $129 per pair, these glasses may be beautiful enough to have you ditching the contacts, or at least kissing your outdated pair of glasses good-bye.

    Photo: Courtesy of Rowley Eyewear

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