Tiny Sunglasses 2.0 Will Be Summer’s Biggest Trend

Cat eye sunglasses have been trending for a while, but this summer they’re getting an update.


If you’re a true fan of the #TinySunglasses trend, then you are probably already familiar with “The Last Lolita” frames. The Lolita is part of the Adam Selman x Le Specs collaboration that everyone seems to be wearing these days. Most recently, Kylie Jenner turned heads at the Met Gala when she wore a pair of crystal embellished cat eye sunglasses.

Since Jenner sported the tiny frames, the trend has become increasingly ubiquitous. Adam Selman is here to mix things up with another #TinySunglasses collection with Le Specs. The new collaboration takes the Lolita and catapults it lightyears into the future with five new styles.

Fans of the Lolita will surely fall head over heels for “The Heartbreaker.” The cheeky style riffs on the cat eye shape with kitschy hearts and retails for $119. If your style is more daring, then you might make a leap for “The Scandal,” which also features a bold take on the classic Lolita.

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Reworking the iconic cat eye silhouette with a visor lens and claw-like construction. All high-intensity, full throttle movies have a getaway car. This is the getaway car,” Adam Selman says of the new style, which also retails for $119. 

Thanks to street style stars like Jenner and Gigi Hadid, mini cat eye sunglasses have become an instant summer wardrobe staple.

Luxury retailers like Net-a-Porter have taken a cue from Selman, and started carrying tons of tiny sunglasses from different brands. High street fashion labels like ASOS and Topshop are getting in on the itty bitty trend, too.

The cat eye has given way to other shapes as well. The new and improved #TinySunglasses come in ovals, squares, and pretty much everything in between.

Shop our edit of Tiny Sunglasses 2.0, below.


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