Previewing Fall/Winter 2015 Runway Eyewear

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We are just entering spring, but already the fashion world is looking ahead to the best looks from designers launching this fall as the runway shows for fall/winter 2015 come to a close.  Many of eyewear's most popular looks are sticking around; expect round frames and metals to continue to trend into next season.  Here's a review of the runways top glasses trends for the coming season:

Architectural

Raf Simmons continues to explore architectural metal accents and mirrored lenses with his Fall/Winter collection for Dior.  Sure to be another huge hit.

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Cat-Eye

More exaggerated cat-eyes are still coming from Fendi who has been pushing this silhouette forward for the past few seasons.  This season they lose the bedazzled accents and stick with matte plastics and well placed cut-outs that emphasize the cat-eye shape.

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A personal fashion-week favorite were the watercolored pastel cat-eye frames from Max Mara.

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Neutrals

The more subdued color palette in eyewear is again trending big this season compared to past years where loud and colorful glasses were the rage. Feminine ruffles at Rochas were paired with matte taupe and brown angular sunglasses to help create their statement hard/soft contrast.

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And Philip Lim 3.0 used oversized lenses in minimalist neutral frames for an almost alien-esque take on sunwear.  

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Throwback

The 70s throwback look is still trending strong, with round oversized frames popping up in many designer's collections.

Emilio Pucci showed round sunglasses with star shaped overlays on the lenses.

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Prada went octagonal.

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And Versace went butterfly-shaped with mustard and ketchup hued brights.  The monochromatic effect was in full force with tinted lenses matching the color of the frame, and the model's coat and knee-high boots.

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