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Site Spotlight:; Ray-Ban Frames, $170)An online gem for those with less-than-perfect vision, was launched in 2011 by its sight-enhancing predecessor, 1-800-Contacts. The online shop carries frames by brands such as Chloé, Derek Lam, Ralph Lauren and Ray-Ban, all of which fills with free prescription lenses.

Browsing is simplified with frames grouped into style categories such as Timeless, Geek Chic and Retro/Vintage. To boot, if you’re in the market for new specs or shades (an extensive selection of prescription and non-prescription sunglasses is available, too) you can see how the pairs you’re considering look on you, thanks to the app.
Site Spotlight:; Chloé Sunglasses, $97)Dubbed 3Dfit, the app uses your Apple or Android device’s camera to create a 3D model of your face. Once the image is saved, you can virtually try on any of the site's 2,000-plus pairs of frames and see how they look from every angle. And since buying new glasses is a process often rife with indecision, the app allows you to share your bespectacled image with friends via email or on Facebook or Twitter.
Site Spotlight:; Derek Lam Frames, $178; 3Dfit)Glasses range from $78 to $515, sunglasses cost $38 to $535, and prescription sunglasses are priced $49 to $220. Shipping is free and you can download the app here.