Whereas the Sungait round sunglasses have plastic frames with metal arms, these Kent Wang sunglasses are made from cellulose acetate, which is more lightweight and flexible than basic plastic frames. Despite being bulkier than the Sungait pair, the Kent Wang sunglasses weigh about the same. The Keyhole glasses come in various shades of vibrant acetate or horn (though the latter costs $95 more), and both versions are distinct and striking. For our testers, the glasses have garnered compliments from friends and acquaintances, as well as “Where are those from?” questions, for years. The frame has no external branding, but it does have a small, gold-foil Kent Wang logo on the inside of the left arm; the logo is tasteful and attractive, and it’s impossible to see while the sunglasses are on your face.