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Havana is another name for the classic tortoiseshell pattern that was so popular in the 60s and 70s. It’s a marbled effect, usually of two colors, but it can be more complex also. As with round and cat-eye sunglasses, this began as a movement back to a vintage style, but it has taken on a life of its own. So the longer Havana sunglasses and other retro styles are popular, the less retro they seem. Havana style sunglasses frames can come in all kinds of colors and shades beyond the traditional brown and blonde tones.
Colored lenses were a trend during fashion month, and we know they’ll be big in spring/summer of 2017. Look out for dark/black frames matched with beautifully bright lenses. The only drawback of colored lenses is that they are often pretty definite, vibrant colors — which means they’re a touch less versatile than your traditional black or brown lens.