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Bored Of Everything? Check Out These Thierry Lasry + Garrett Leight Frames

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    We understand — you're so tired of your beat-up Wayfarers, aviators, and even cat-eyes, but that doesn't mean you want to look like a Gaga-wannabe in crazy-person sunglasses. What's an over-it gal to do?

    Well, we normally turn to Thierry Lasry in moments like these; the brand basically started the printed-frame trend a few years back, and has pioneered awesome-but-practical designs for people who want to look cool but not weird. Thierry Lasry's newest collaboration with Garrett Leight is inspired by its two homes — Paris and Los Angeles — and uses classy, retro shapes and makes 'em over with colorful, futuristic materials, design elements, and surprising add-ons.

    If you like what you see, we've got good news: Theirry Lasry and Garrett Leight enjoyed this collab so much, they're planning on repeating it every year — good news for your sunglasses collection, but terrible news for your wallet (these babies retail for $445 and will be available at Opening Ceremony locations later this month).

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