Before he was the Warhol we know today, Andy Warhol was just a regular old artist (well, let's be serious, he probably wasn't ever that "regular"). But, in 1957 he was a semi-regular artist who created a series of fashion illustrations for Harpers Bazaar of four ladies in whimsical sunglasses.
So what does that have to do with anything?
Well today, sunglasses company RETROSUPERFUTURE (yes, that's their name) has created four frames based on Warhol's illustrations. They're fun, fanciful and limited (only 200 of each frame are being made). If you're interested, they're available at the MoMA store. They are a pretty penny (but at least they're less than a Warhol).
Here are the illustrations that inspired the designs.
Life imitating art imitating life. Shop the entire collection here.