Another design dug out of the archives – in the case of Sunpocket Original sunglasses it's not too long since they left circulation the first time round.
The sunglasses originated in the late 1970s in France, where they were developed for use in skiing and other winter sports. However, they reached their hey-day in the 1980s, when their folding frame and looks found favour on the street too. They're back again, to see if they can reach such levels of popularity again in 2011.
This matt vanilla pair costs £45.
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We've featured many of the Big Tomato Company's bright and colourful goods before: their latest designs are these Pop mugs, virtually guaranteed to cheer up your cup of tea.
The mugs are each decorated with a large Pop Art style motif. There are ten to pick from featuring things like a lipstick, a rainbow, a pill, cherries and the heart sunglasses pictured above. Like their other designs, the motifs are placed onto large English creamware mug.
The mugs cost £13.95 each.
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We know, not exactly sunglasses weather, but when you do need these ASOS Oversized White Cat Eye Sunglasses, we suspect they might well have sold out. Especially at this price.
if you're after a late '50s, early '60s look, they're pretty much ideal, offering an oversized shape and angled profile for the 'cat eye' shape, with a dark-tint lens contrasting with the white frame.
Want a pair? Just £12 online.
Find out more at the ASOS website
We've featured countless pairs of retro sunglasses over the years. For sunglasses enthusiasts, here's another way to express your enthusiasm – the wittily titled Lamp 'Shade' by Garudio Studiage.
Garudio Studiage is a Peckham based design studio. This particular piece is the work of Veronica Danielson whose illustration features fourteen different iconic sunglasses designs – bringing a touch of the sunshine indoors. The designs are hand-screen printed onto either a pendant or table light shade.
Both type of light shades are available for £60 each.
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