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Scoop Up Iris Apfel’s New Sunnies Collection In S.F. NOW!

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    If we’re ever having a bad day, all we need to do is think of Iris Apfel and we’re instantly in high spirits again — not kidding. There’s something so fearless and daring about the style legend that is an instant confident booster. So, when the self-proclaimed “geriatric starlet,” debuts a new collection, video, collaboration, whatever — it gets our necks snapping.

    It couldn’t be more fitting that the stylish senior, known for her eclectic duds and signature oversized eyewear, is taking the spec game into her own hands and launching a new collection with the witty and outspoken folks at Eyebobs — and you can get the goods right here in S.F.!

    These $75 to $125 Apfel-designed shades are every bit as fun as their creator, with styles like the ‘rare bird,’ ‘hot property,’ and ‘a muse,’ the big, exuberantly printed sun-readers and shades are the perfect reflection of Apfel’s signature snazziness.

    Need a pair of sunglasses to combat all the recent cloudless days here in S.F.? Snag yourself a pair of these sassy sunnies at Jest Jewels' four Bay Area locations. Can't wait to take to the sun-soaked streets? See the styles right here.

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