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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.
The Scotland-based company’s Spectachrome sunglasses are designed to filter light in such a way to enhance a color palette that matches the idiosyncratic style of Anderson-directed films like The Grand Budapest Hotel and Moonrise Kingdom The product has already hit more than triple its $12,000