Should Eyeglasses Have Logos?

Sometimes the most blinding thing at the beach isn’t the sun, but the embellishments on other people’s sunglasses. Thankfully, we usually have our ow
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Sometimes the most blinding thing at the beach isn’t the sun, but the embellishments on other people’s sunglasses. Thankfully, we usually have our ow
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Sometimes the most blinding thing at the beach isn’t the sun, but the embellishments on other people’s sunglasses. Thankfully, we usually have our own shades on hand to shield us from those glaring rhinestones and neon logos. But what will we do if the trend hits the office? Coco Rocha’s new D & G ad makes us wonder if prescription eyeglasses will start to look more like their outrageous sunglass counterparts. Suddenly our co-workers might be showing up to work, looking like they have giant belt buckles glued to the sides of their face. But if handbags and shoes can be everyday accessories and still make a bold statement, why not eyeglasses? --NATALIE MATTHEWS

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