Popular products are often born out of personal need: Victoria Knight-McDowell whipped up Airborne because she was tired of harmful particles going up her nose, and Dan Akroyd invented the Super Bass-O-Matic '76 because he wasn't. Wear the fruits of another man's eyeballs, with Costalots sunglasses.
C'Lots are the handcrafted debut from a longtime NYC bartender, who at first sought to give daylight protection only to himself and a few industry friends, but has now placed his shades at trendy boutiques patronized by bartenders he doesn't even know. Lenses are hand cut, then placed into vintage plastic frames from Titmus, a venerable eyewear concern known for their safety glasses and risque take on December holidays. The finished products come in two styles (horned-rim, double-bridge 900s; aviator-esque 83s), sport three color choices (rose, brown, and smoke), and're available in either Small (fits most people) or Large, which sport slightly longer sidepieces and a wider frontpiece -- recommended for those with angular features, or the massive, inbred chin of a Hapsburg.
Oddly, each pair's packaged in a handmade bandana folded to resembled an envelope, giving you something to clean them with and, should you listen to Dan/ignore Victoria, something to blow into.