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5 retro-glam sunglasses to make you the cat's meow

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Cat-eye sunglasses are the frame of the moment, and they're as populist as they come: There isn't a face shape these shades won't complement. Both retro and ultrafeminine, they pair well with a beehive-inspired bun − or, for an edgier effect, with a leather jacket, a nod to Eartha Kitt's 1960s Catwoman. And they'll look equally as fetching with next to nothing on the beach in a month or two.

From left to right:

Agent Provocateur Stroke Me Sunglasses, $435 through www.agentprovocateur.com.

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Agent Provocateur Beg Me Sunglasses, $498 through www.agentprovocateur.com.

Oliver Goldsmith Orbison (1964) sunglasses, $380 at Josephson ( www.josephson.ca).

Tom Ford sunglasses, $380 at Holt Renfrew ( www.holtrenfrew.com).

Joe Fresh sunglasses, $14 through www.joefresh.com.

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