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  • Ladylike sophisticationFeminine cat-eye shapes have been reinterpreted and "gone softer, with more of a tear drop shape," says Whitford.

    Put new style into your eyeglass wear this fall

  • GoAnimate lets users customize their characters with features like a pot belly, cat-eye glasses, a bouffant hairdo or gorilla hands.

    Animation Nation

  • Sunshine was sporting her everyday all black with heavy black cat-eye eyeliner.

    Sabotage Surrender

  • Amy Winehouse, whose beehive hairdo, exaggerated cat-eye makeup and singular voice made her one of the best known female British singers of this century, died Saturday at age 27.

    Singer Amy Winehouse Found Dead

  • The rims of my glasses are brown and a tad pointy—an unexaggerated cat-eye shape with tortoiseshell arms that tuck behind my ears.

    Non-Granny Reading Glasses

  • And because it's the beach, Ms. Lepore always brings at least two pairs of sunglasses—a Celine pair in a classic Wayfarer design that's "more day," she says, and an Alexander McQueen pair of oversize shades in a "more dramatic cat-eye shape."

    Packing Just Enough for a Weekend at the Beach

  • The students realize they've misjudged the diminutive woman with cat-eye glasses and cane, or the Steve Jobs look alike with the stern voice.

    The Cac: Professors Who Swear

  • Their beehive hairdos, cat-eye sunglasses and glimmering princess dresses emoted a cockeyed cocktail-hour suburbia.

    Fashion's Real Housewives

  • She also plumped up her lips with painted-on color and sported a dramatic cat-eye.

    Rosie Huntington-Whiteley As A Redhead: Hair 'Do Or Don't? (PHOTOS, POLL)

  • Are you there, crossing your feet on top of each other, sipping your coffee while observing the sky from behind those cat-eye glasses of yours?

    A Love Letter of a Cannibal

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