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Crap Eyewear's 2016 Spring "Day Trip" Collection Gets Ready for Sun-Drenched LA Days

A lookbook and short film featuring some of LA’s quintessential spots.

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Crap Eyewear's 2016 Spring "Day Trip" Collection Gets Ready for Sun-Drenched LA Days

A lookbook and short film featuring some of LA’s quintessential spots.

Getting ready for sun-drenched days ahead, Los Angeles-based label Crap Eyewear has unveiled its Spring 2016 “Day Trip” lookbook. Showcasing both men’s and women’s frames, the vibrant LA locations flawlessly complement the range that boasts both classic and modern aesthetics. Shot by photographer Quang Le and released alongside a short film directed by Cameron Holland, the new campaign is the perfect representation of West Coast ease. To see more from Crap Eyewear, you can head to the brand’s webstore.

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