Karen Walker sunglasses Debuts Girl’s Little Aliens 2012

New Arrivals

Karen Walker Sunglasses Spring Summer 2012 - Little Aliens

Karen Walker’s “Little Aliens” have touched down right here at Eyegoodies.

Seven completely new shapes are introduced, from a big round eye named “IRIS” —  to a 50’s-esque cat-eye named “TAXI”, as well as several effortlessly cool designs in between.  Each are available in a variety truly stunning and original colorways, from gold-foil prints, to embedded sparkles, to “tri-layered” colors, to the always popular signature “crazy tortoise”.

Each season we can’t help but get excited to see what Karen Walker will come up with next. As usual they don’t disappoint: Fashion forward, chic, and always very wearable, Karen Walker delivers an out of this world collection (pardon the pun).

“At the core of all of the Karen Walker collections their inspiration always comes in the form of an outsider, this season’s Look Book is no different taking on the furthest outsider, aliens.”

The “Little Aliens” campaign was shot by Derek Kettela – whose editorial work has been published in Wonderland, InStyle, Vogue, G.Q., just to mention a few.  Check it out below, paired with our product photos.


The Collection:

Karen Walker Anytime SunglassesAnytime, is a classic cat eye shape that has been exaggerated in size and thickness, whilst the fit remains perfect for any size or shape face. This style features both the new color combinations (Black/Fluro Yellow/Cream and Tan Glitter) and also Karen’s signature color Crazy Tortoise.

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Karen Walker Harvest SunglassesOne of last year best seller’s has been updated this season in a to die for new three tone colorway: pink/tan /white.  The Harvest is an avant garde take on a classic P3 shape.  For those familiar with Karen Walker’s Helter Skelter model, the Harvest is a larger chunkier adaptation.