For a long time now, we've been bending Italian culture to suit our American needs; sure, they invented the breadstick, but we had the foresight to make those suckers bottomless. Flipping the script, Super Sunglasses.
Handmade in Italy in a range of styles all taking their cue from the quintessentially American Wayfarers, Supers are fitted with top o' the line Carl Zeiss Optics lenses and acetate frames made in "multiple color graduations", which is also the highest honor awarded at competitive preschools. Fresh summer drops include the "modern-twisted", thick-bridged Flat Tops in either a black & white or ridged cherry red frame, while the Classic Wayfarer models rock new colorways like the see-through "Crystal Flash", the ivory "Sex on the Beach", and the white-framed "White Heat", which is caught up in a contentious trademark dispute with Chris Quinn. Other newness includes the Ciccio, an "extra large, extra strong, extra thick" version of their Classic model in styles like the white framed, black earpieced, crimson lensed "Mars" and its black lensed brother "Mars by Night", and the black/white, engraved zig-zag "Frank Wave", which is also what New Order songs would be if they were 45 seconds long and brutally honest.
If you prefer to get weird, they also have an entire new "hippy" line in either Flat Top or Classic, utilizing 70s-era dye styles like the "Hippy Tie Die" in traditional multi-color and black/white, and the starry-night patterned "Hippy Nebula", because that Italian Galileo may have found the stars, but it took our Indigo Girls to make him one.