Unleash your wild side with these purr-fect feline-topped shades.
Anna-Karin Karlsson, ‘Rose et la mer’. £425. www.theboxboutique.com
Be one of the cool cats in these retro-shaped (and super-cheap) sunnies.
Deadly Is The Female, ‘Kitty'. £10. www.deadlyisthefemale.com
Add a touch of sparkle to your eyewear this summer with these subtly glittery shades.
Asos, ‘Glitter High Brow'. £15. www.asos.com
Hide last night's sins behind these over-sized sunnies – just don't be surprised if the paps mistake you for a celeb.
Roxy, ‘Chandon'. £60. www.roxy-uk.co.uk
These low-key animal print sunglasses are ideal for summer safaris.
Sunday Somewhere, ‘Chely'. £150. www.urbanoutfitters.co.uk
Be scorching hot in these super sexy, yet oh-so-gentlemanly shades.
Oliver Spencer x Eye Respect. £195. www.eyerespectdirect.com
Two-tone, scale-embossed glasses for chic boys and girls.
Retrosuperfuture, ‘Salmagundi’. £305. www.retrosuperfuture.com
Love a bit of glamping? These glittery sunglasses should add the bling.
Dolce & Gabbana, ‘Glitter’. £125. 0844 264 0860
Turn the sun's glare into a subtle rosy glow with these tinted shades.
Retrosuperfuture, ‘Racer’. £118. www.retrosuperfuture.com
Racier than Ray Bans, these amber-flecked sunnies are for gents after sharp summer style.
Persol, ‘D-frame Polarised’. £240. www.mrporter.com
Part sunglasses, part goggles, these Giorgio Armani frames will make you look like a 1920s pilot. And that's a good thing!
Giorgio Armani, ‘Frame of Life’. £155. 0844 264 0870
Minimum cost, maximum impact: these head-turning frames are a bold season statement.
Monki, ‘Lilly’. £8. www.monki.com
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Guys and Dolls Parlour
This beauty spot just off Brick Lane opened late 2013 under the patronage of LA-trained primper-to-the-stars Shimol Kanuga. Done up like a 1950s parlour, Guys and Dolls offers a whole range of top-to-toe services, with the most popular (with both men and women) being the waxes. A hi-tec, low-temperature Lycon wax starts from £8 and promises to remove even the shortest, finest hairs and leave you silky smooth. Manicures are also a popular option, with gel polishes available. Owner Shimol is friendly and knowledgeable, with a wealth of aftercare tips to help you get the best out of your treatments. A nice neighbourhood salon.