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Cool Photos Featuring Prada's Minimal Baroque Spring Sunglasses

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We can't get enough of Prada's Minimal-Baroque sunglasses range—and neither, it seems, can Prada. The company has commissioned a second stage of what it's dubbed the Minimal-Baroque Sunglasses Project: Fron Drawings to Pictures, which features a series of photographic projects by artists including Federica Di Giovanni, Kuba Dabrowski, Ciraudo_Majola, Mattia Buffoli,
Rosi di Stefano, Tassili Calatroni, Tatiana Uzlova, and Tomás Nogueira that will be shown at Prada boutiques in Milan, Hong Kong, London,
Paris, Istanbul, Madrid, and New York from May 17.

Check out some of our favorites, above.
· Prada [Official Site]