Updated September 27, 2019.
Instead of buying one of these cases, why not make your own?
Begin by getting a Stitch & Zip glasses case with a blank front. That way you can finish it yourself quickly.
Next do a Google image search for sunglasses outline. I did that and found lots of cool shapes. Find one you are seeing from the front and save it to your computer. You could also do a search for “glasses line drawings.” I did this and found a great line drawing of cat’s eye glasses.
Before tracing it onto the canvas, you may need to enlarge it. Once it’s the right size, upzip the case and put the outline under the bare canvas. Using a Pigma Micron pen trace the glasses frame onto the canvas. When you do this don’t forget to trace the inside of the frame so you have a place for the lens.
Using Tent Stitch and your choice of threads (the original is in wool). I’d do a mix of threads myself, using something shiny like Neon Rays for the lenses. Then stitch the glasses.
Once the glasses are stitched, stitch the background. You could do it in a single color, in horizontal rows of Continental in an overdye, or in stripes of two colors.
Once stitched, whipstitch the backing, zip, and you’re ready to go.