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Apple Bottoms is launching an eyewear line.

Their camp says while the collection was launched in fall 2008, it will soon be available at optical specialty stores nationwide.

“The Apple Bottoms eyewear will come in a variety of innovative, alluring styles,” they said.

Also on the cards is a line of limited-edition prescription sunglasses and eyewear, which will be available in spring 2009.

Apparently, all this comes after Apple Bottoms collaborated with Pan Oceanic Eyewear, Ltd. and launched a sunglasses line.

The collection, “which was inspired by the same trend-setting sunglasses designed throughout Europe, “have been flying off the shelves since they were launched.”

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If you’re living anywhere on the east coast of America, you can’t help but notice that summer’s here–especially with the scorching temperatures today.

To make your life a little easier, iVillage has launched Make a Splash, an all-things-summer guide to style tips for the season. Shopping for the perfect bathing suit? How about a pair of shades to go with an outfit?

At iVillage Beauty & Style:

Plus, check out our own Fash Fix entry on how to find the perfect swimsuit.

We love it when fashion labels are great corporate citizens.

And even though these sunglasses may not rank No. 1 on the trend index, we’re still celebrating with Oakley!

The company has announced that contributions made through the sale of the company’s special-edition LIVESTRONG™ eyewear (http://oakley.com/livestrong) have now exceeded $1 million dollars.

Twenty dollars from the sale of each pair of LIVESTRONG™ sunglasses go to the Lance Armstrong Foundation and its ongoing mission to inspire and empower people affected by cancer.

It took just eight months for the program to reach the $1 million mark.

Awe-some!

Remember these?

Jeremy Scott for Linda Farrow has re-introduced the Mickey Mouse sunglasses.

Described as “extra chunky, frivolous and timeless,” the dug-up eyewear pieces retail for £200 on stylefinder.com.

“With their cartoon undertones you’ll feel like a chic Minnie Mouse when you pop open the lens covers,” says the site.

Buy them.

 

The Hattrick!

Hats are like sunglasses. They detract and attract attention at the same time… The best way to wear a hat is “with wit.” Apply a rule of opposites when selecting headgear. A woman with a round face, for example, should wear a square hat; one with a long face, a wide brim. – Albertus Swanepoel, Laird Borrelli (remixed)