Emporio Armani, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Lacoste, or Roberto Cavalli Sunglasses from $74.99–$84.99. Free Returns.

Designer Sunglasses

Up to 83% Off
Discount 44%
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$135
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Product Details


Men’s or Women’s Designer Sunglasses

Emporio Armani Unisex Gray Sunglasses (EA9809-FCN-6014)
  • Metal
  • Made in Italy
Giorgio Armani Women’s Blue-Gray Gradient Sunglasses (GA-911S-FNLBD)
  • Butterfly shape
  • Gradient lenses
  • Plastic
  • Made in Italy
Giorgio Armani Unisex Black-Green Sunglasses (GA-858S-CSAI0)
  • Sporty wraparound style
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Plastic
  • Made in Italy
Giorgio Armani Women’s Brown Gradient Sunglasses (GA-850S-44GK8)
  • Plastic
  • Made in Italy
Fendi Women’s Black Sunglasses (FS5203-001-5915)
  • Fendi logo on temples
  • Plastic
Lacoste Women’s Black Sunglasses (L613S-001-58)
  • Crocodile inlay on temple
  • Regular hinge
  • Plastic
Lacoste Women’s Black Sunglasses (L622S-001-56)
  • Feminine silhouette
  • Classic, modern style
  • Plastic
Lacoste Women’s Havana Brown Sunglasses (L622S-214-56)
  • Feminine silhouette
  • Classic, modern style
  • Plastic
Roberto Cavalli Women’s Black Sunglasses (RC652-01B-5814)
  • Gold-tone Roberto Cavalli signature
  • Metal frame
  • Plastic brow line
  • Gradient lenses
  • Vintage-inspired style
  • Made in Italy
Roberto Cavalli Women’s Tortoise Sunglasses (RC656-50L5914)
  • Shimmery square style
  • Gradient lenses
  • Metal and plastic
  • Made in Italy

About Emporio Armani

Giorgio Armani believed, “Elegance is not about being noticed, it’s about being remembered.” His eponymous fashion house embodies this philosophy, which planted Italian fashion firmly on the map. Relying on his eye for tailoring, Armani garbs men and women in sophisticated designs with a European sensuality, marked by simple silhouettes and opulent fabrics. His luxurious empire has expanded from a world-renowned fashion house into a powerful cultural identity. Sophia Loren once said, “Entering into Armani’s world is like landing into the peaceful eye of a typhoon, into the perfect calm, into a style that cannot be shaken by the winds of sensationalism.”

About Fendi

“Fendi is fur—and fur is Fendi,” brand designer Karl Lagerfeld admitted to The New York Times. In fact, the brand’s double-F logo stands for “fun fur.” Founded as a leather store in 1918, the Italian brand is known for luxurious materials and ostentatious style. Though the creative, colorful, over-the-top hippie style seems at odds with haute couture, Vogue captured the brand’s spirit when it called a Fendi bag “the ultimate boho status symbol.”

As the second generation of Fendi family members took over on design, their accessories landed roles in film and TV. Its iconic baguette bag—which won the Fashion Group International award—had a cameo on </i>Sex and the City</i>. In nearly every scene in The Royal Tenenbaums, Gwyneth Paltrow wears a full-length Fendi mink coat as character revealing as her angst-ridden expression. From a jacket layered with voluminous fur to sundresses with ultra-long fringed hems that resemble grass skirts, Fendi’s collection strives to surprise and delight.

About Lacoste

Long before he invented the polo or coined the now-instantly-recognizable logo that brands them, Grand Slam tennis champion René Lacoste was given a curious nickname by the press. Never one to bow to traditional on-court attire, “The Alligator” proudly displayed his new persona through a small, embroidered version of the predatory animal on his tennis blazers. As an extension of this rebellion, he invented the polo shirt, believing there was a market for more casual short-sleeved shirts, instead of the dress shirts typically worn on court. Each would—and would continue to—bear the alligator insignia for which the tennis master was known. The company has continually produced its signature polo since 1933, but since then, Lacoste has evolved into a full line of athletic-inspired sportswear for men and women.

About Roberto Cavalli

Living by the motto “a dress can change your life,” Roberto Cavalli has overseen his design empire since presenting his first collections in the 1970s. He infuses a love of freedom and nonconformity into his work, changing directions with the passing seasons.


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Armando Verified Purchaser
Apr 15th, 2014
Very cheap made looking! I like the case, that's the only reason I didnt return them!
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