What Exactly Is “New Old Stock” (Besides an Oxymoron)? It may seem like a contradiction in terms, but that hasn’t kept “new old stock” from being one of the most sought-after types of sunglasses we carry. Yes, it’s an oxymoron, but it’s still pretty darn cool — especially for those who are style-savvy. That’s because new old stock (often abbreviated as “NOS”) is de facto vintage. The “old” comes from the fact that this particular style — whether it’s the materials, the design, or both — is no longer made, either because the manufacturer decided to end production or went out of business altogether. The “new” is because, although the sunglasses were made in a bygone era, we’ve only recently...
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Sunglass Museum curated a very special selection of hard-to-find vintage sunglasses to gift Daytimes biggest stars at the 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Golden Gift Lounge.
Summer is right around the corner and InSTYLE magazine has a few things to say about it! InSTYLE's Instant Style spread includes our 'Misfit' tortoiseshell, cat eye sunglass as one of this season "Best Basic Tortoiseshell Sunnie". More cat eye sunglasses here.