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Selecting your sunglasses for the day isn't just a choice of style — it's a choice of style tribe.

Are you in the sporty camp that opts for mirrored multicolored lenses, such as those worn below by A$AP Rocky? Or are you a fiend for Y2K blue, à la Britney? Or maybe like Lakeith Stanfield, who paired a wide-lapel YSL jumpsuit with orange-tinted sunglasses to the Oscars, do you prefer a more '70s-inspired look?

Lenses of the bolder variety had a moment for much of the early 2000s, but they've returned to the forefront of eyewear on many different genre fronts. Whether it's Oakley outfitting people in sportswear lenses in shades of distant galaxies or younger fashion labels like Gentle Monster going wild with cyberpunk pink, there are plenty of ways to invest in the color camp you commit to.

Whichever camp you're in, we've done the hard bit for you, rounding up the best of the best when it comes to bold sunglasses. From the yellow lens experiencing a resurgence thanks to the likes of Our Legacy and Gucci down to straight-up classic tints.

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Port Tanger Summa

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Summa

$305

Port Tanger

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Thanks to a signature curved shape that is made to enhance facial contours, Port Tanger's sunglasses are designed to suit every shape face. This means you can buy a pair of bold, unconventional frames such as the ones above without worrying too much about how they'll look once you put them on.

Oakley Eye Jacket Redux

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Eye Jacket Redux Sunglasses

$165

Oakley

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A classic Oakley Model, famously worn in the 90s by NBA stars Michael Jordan and Dennis Rodman, the Eye Jacket is back. This pair comes with pink-hued lenses that only make the style more eye-catching.

Retrosuperfuture

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Not In Paris Sunglasses

$230

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Milan-based eyewear aficionados Retrosuperfuture have countless tinted-lense sunglasses, but you won't be able to find these anywhere else. Created especially for the fifth edition of Not In Paris, our yearly multi-media celebration of the French capital, this pair has a custom colorway and co-branded detailing.

Gucci

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Square Sunglasses

$475

Gucci

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Continuing with retro sunnies, Gucci is the place to go for vintage-looking gems. This pair features purple-tinted lenses, translucent yellow frames, and gold detailing at the temples. To tie up that old-school look, these come in a red velvet hard case.

Our Legacy

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Earth Sunglasses

$265

Our Legacy

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As you would expect from Our Legacy, these blue-lensed sunglasses are made with a focus on craftsmanship. The eyewear style's handmade in Portugal using Italian Mazzuchelli acetate, lenses from Carl Zeiss Vision, and come with an anti-scratch coating.

Port Tanger

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Temo

$320

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If you want your lenses to make a statement, these sunglasses are for you. Designed in collaboration with Interior Designer Michael Bargo, the Temo model is a nod to the Café Society of 20th-century New York where glamor, freedom, hedonism, and art came together in the midtown clubs of Manhattan.

Kuboraum

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Aviator Sunglasses

$617

Kuboraum

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Kuboraum is kubi-fying the original Aviator sunglasses and we’re all for it. The Berlin-based brand adds pink-tinted lenses and green frames for contrast. It also pops two sparkly pink embellishments to match the reflective lenses.

Balenciaga

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Oval-Frame Sunglasses

$490

Balenciaga

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Not only is Balenciaga experimenting with its sneaker creations, but with its eyewear collection. This time, Demna takes inspiration from '90s Matrix sunnies and adds blue-tinted lenses to highlight that futuristic look.

Bottega Veneta Oval Sunglasses

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Oval Sunglasses

$495

Bottega Veneta

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Riffing off retro sporty styles, Bottega Veneta's Oval Sunglasses come with a distinctive oversized frame that wraps around the face for an aerodynamic finish. They might be unconventional, but these sunnies have proven popular — we're seeing them everywhere at the moment.

Loewe

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Anagram Round-Frame Sunglasses

$470

Loewe

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Loewe doesn’t like to follow the rules, so it goes frameless for these sunnies. If you're already on the hunt for tinted sunglasses, go big or go home.

Axel Arigato

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Arena Rectangular Sunglasses

$205

Axel Arigato

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We’re only wearing retro sunglasses this summer, so inaugurate your collection with these rectangular sunnies. Axel Arigato keeps it monochromatic by adding orange-tinted lenses and frames in the same color.

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