It's the 90s, baby! So grab your ARNETTE 30th anniversary Catifsh sunglasses, and let's party like it's 1990...

Do we ever need an excuse to buy a new pair of sunglasses? Speaking from experience, I'll hazard a guess and go with no. Perhaps, once upon a time, we'd reserve the purchase of frames for an inbound beachside holiday or trip up the Alps to ski, but fashion dictates otherwise – it's sunglasses all day, every day.

They're part of our uniforms; sunglasses. From front row at fashion shows to slinking around town on the hunt for coffee, Balenciaga to Pret, they're our shield (maybe even sword) from the world – and if you're anything like me, you've got loads.

If 2022 has taught me anything so far, it's that 90s nostalgia will continue to dominate our lives; sure, Y2K is cool and all, but the 90s no fucks given attitude birthed some of the coolest (without trying) products we've ever seen; especially sunglasses.

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There's a reason that Oakley has been digging up its 90s archive and seeing each release met with huge demand – these are products that worked.

ARNETTE is also ready to indulge in some 90s cool as it celebrates its 30th anniversary with the rerelease of a classic pair of sunglasses from the era. With open arms, it welcomes back the Catfish, but with a new sustainable edge.

The new Catfish Anniversary Edition is entirely made of lightweight bio-nylon and features a metal-spray color effect inspired by grafitti, celebrating the brand's roots in skate culture. Each comes rendered in combinations of etiher silver and yellow, silver and green, blue, or matte black.

If you'r ready to update your collection (who isn't?) you can head over to ARNETTE to shop the delivery now.

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