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Proenza Schouler's exaggerated cat-eyes are so retro-cool; we love the way the tortoiseshell print plays off the print of the clothes. Click through to shop the trend.

You've probably seen Prada's Baroque sunglasses from Fall 2011 on your most adventurous fashion friend. For spring, Miuccia riffed on the 1950s with traditional horn-rimmed sunnies: we love the seafoam green border. Click through to shop the trend.

Prabal Gurung's spring 2012 collection was heart-stoppingly gorgeous and the oversized shades only added to its allure. Click through to shop the trend.

Carol Lim and Humberto Lim, the newly appointed creative directors of Kenzo, brought the house down with bold primary colors and intricate windowpane prints. The collection was totally modern, but the sunglasses were tinged with retro touches. (Think cat eyes and exagerated aviators.) Click through to shop the trend.

DVF gave retro a modern spin with oversized bold prints and graphic sunglasses. Click through to shop the trend.

The white frames are the perfect accent to Dries van Noten's path of prints. Click through to shop the trend.

Coco Chanel was known for her affection for camellias and costume jewelry. Fittingly, these sunglasses are rimmed with pearls. Click through to shop the trend.

Carven's Guillaume Henry accented bright minidresses with round,  minimalist shades. Click through to shop the trend.

Phillip Lim, the master of modern, paired his looks with super-oversized blue sunglasses that could almost double as a helmet if necessary. Click through to shop the trend.

Oh Karl, you get us every time. The Kaiser upped the ante with these oversized green sunglasses at Fendi. The best part is the gold foil makeup underneath. Click through to shop the trend.