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Which Linda Farrow Collab Is Your Favorite? (Fine, You Can Pick 2)

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    Linda Farrow is a name we instantly associate with statement eyewear. The kind that's so fabulous, we're willing to become those annoying types of people (cue Diddy, Eurotrash) who wear sunglasses 24/7. And it gets better— while many brands collaborate with one designer at a time, Linda Farrow has gone above and beyond for fall '12, teaming up with a slew of amazing names for a collection of frames that are anything but average.

    Her partners in crime are certainly eclectic; It's rare and exciting to find so many different aesthetics and tastes — Oscar de la Renta's ladylike glamour, Jeremy Scott's whimsy, and Prabal Gurung's sexy edginess— in the same place. Other exciting Linda Farrow collaborations and special projects for fall include sunnies by Alexander Wang, Dries van Noten, Agent Provocateur, Kris Van Assche, Matthew Williamson, and Boris Bidjan Saberi (phew!). Did we mention the new Linda Farrow Luxe line? Even if you're jealous of her multi-tasking, we suggest you skip ahead for a preview of the awesome opticals and shades that we can totally (and literally) get behind.

    Photo: Courtesy of Linda Farrow
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