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French sunglasses brand Vuarnet (39 Spring St.) will join Spring Street’s shades stretch on July 14.

Cleo Nicci

(65 Spring St.): Brown Lucite cat’s-eyes ($155); oval-shaped rimless frames in yellow ($135).

Solstice Sunglasses

(107 Spring St.): Pink mirrored Ray-Bans ($178); Tom Ford clubmasters ($475).


(85½ Spring St.): ’90s-inspired charcoal-colored rectangular lenses ($215); updated aviators with acetate side shields ($375).


(39 Spring St.): The

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