From Our Editors
Kane and Figler Optometry outfits faces with a smorgasbord of fashionable frames from high-end designers. Models from Oliver Peoples ($294–$510) accent eyes with a vintage-inspired flair, and shades from Maui Jim ($149–$299) or Ray-Ban ($165–$270) protect peepers during fire-juggling roommates’ practice sessions. Revolution lines ($199–$365) represent with bold frames from Ed Hardy and edgy, Bohemian styles from True Religion, and Badgley Mischka spectacles ($387–$987) rest on noses with the consummate poise of a Lilliputian ballerina. Colors pop in compositions from Mikli ($375–$500), a designer whose dedication to freedom and resisting conformity is manifested in eyewear made with tightly rolled & painted copies of the Bill of Rights.