These Sunglasses Were Designed to Let You View the World as a Wes Anderson Movie

Tens has already raised $30,000 for its new filter-inspired lenses

The new shades aim to capture the whimsical style of films like Moonrise Kingdom and the Royal Tennenbaums. Tens

Anyone who’s ever wondered what real life might look like through the whimsical, Technicolor tinge of a Wes Anderson film may soon have a chance to find out, thanks to a new pair of shades from lensmaker Tens.

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