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From their tiny seaside studio in Guernsey Cove, P.E.I., Fellow Earthlings’ wife-and-husband founders Sydney and Christopher Seggie have been making one-of-a-kind eyewear ( from $200) out of would-be waste material since 2015. Among their greatest hits: The brand manufactured the retro cloud-shaped sunglasses spotted on Anna Sui’s spring 2020 runway and recently collaborated on an all-Canadian line with eyewear boutique BonLook. (Oh, and Justin Trudeau also owns a pair, so there’s that.)
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