5 Famous Sunglasses Brand You Should Know

Although Aviators and Ray-Bans are more commonly known in the sunglasses industry, there are new wholesale sunglasses brands that are slowly becoming popular in the market.

• Smoke X Mirrors

Smoke X Mirrors

Miles McMillan

 Created in New York City and handcrafted in France, a pair of Smoke x Mirrors is more than just an accessory: the design is not about nailing down a passing fashion trend; each piece states a lifelong commitment to thoughtful, functional, lasting aesthetics. In a market filled with noise, Smoke x Mirrors creates music. Celebrities such as Ethan Hawke, Lake Bell, Evangeline Lily and Miles McMillan have already tried these shades.

• Krewe Du Optic

Krewe Du Optic

Ashley Tisdale

KREWE is a New Orleans-based and culturally inspired independent eyewear company that celebrates individual style with modern, iconic frames. Created by 25-year-old Stirling Barrett as a way to extend his artistic talents into a post-graduation career, the KREWE's handmade quality combines optimum lenses for complete eye protection, Italian acetate and premium hinges through our 100% handmade process.

Gentle Monsters

Gentle Monsters

Miranda Kerr

Gentle Monster is a Korean sunglasses company that is slowly taking the fashion industry by storm. Seen sported by a number of known celebrities such as Miranda Kerr, Jessica Alba, Hilary Duff, Jennifer Garner and Emily Rossum, the Gentle Monster is indeed a brand you should look out for.

• Wild Soul

Wild Soul

Wild Soul sunglasses are themed after enchanting, untamed animals such as lion, owl, elephant and rhinos. Their designs are the fusion of two passions: fashion and philosophy. Wild Soul keeps it buyers looking good while doing good, donating to a charity of your choice every time you purchase a pair.

• Cast Eyewear

Cast Eyewear

Lady Gaga

CAST is a new eyewear company born from the cities and jungles across this little sphere. With bold, futuristic shapes, it's no wonder this label's fans include Rihanna, Cara Delevingne and other fashion-forward IT girls.


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