Frame This: Best Men’s Glasses AW18
Hindsight is always 20/20 which is why you probably wish you already owned a stylish pair of specs.
We jest of course, however, glasses are so often overlooked and many people will just wear the same set of frames year on year with little regard for change unless they break or heaven forbid get lost on your forehead.
The good news is, there are a whole host of wonderful independent brands offering styles and shapes to suit any individual, and there’s probably never been a better time to be visually impaired!
We’ve put together a rundown of some of our personal favourites, that’ll leave you able to see the crowd you’re standing out from. Here are the best men’s glasses on the market this AW18.
Our favourite London eyewear specialists are making another seasonal appearance. If it’s bespoke quality with enormous attention to detail, while leading the way in the style stakes (yeah what’s not to love) then Cubitts should become your new eyewear execs.
Handmade attention to detail with a wide range of prescription lenses and a most thorough eye exam will leave you feeling like a new man. There’s so much choice but right now we’re loving the Calshot and the Bingfield. Subtle and stylish like a golden age Hollywood movie. Prices start at £125. Check out the whole range HERE.
There’s so much to admire about the Komono AW18 collection. From the stripped back lightweight feel to the bold in your face design, there’s a bit of something for everyone in what is a wide-ranging finger on the pulse collection.
The MALESTROM’s personal highlights have to be the Conrad, Levi and Dexter, however, man or woman, there’s something stylish and a bit special to suit every face shape and size. Prices start at €99. Check out the whole range HERE.
Luxury eyewear specialists Thierry Lasry have been initiating and innovating since back in 2006. Having now shifted attention from solar eyewear to include the world of optical design, Thierry Lasry has produced a new collection that is both sophisticated and incredibly stylish.
Having sourced high-grade titanium in Japan, the rest of the products are handcrafted in his native France and the results are a stunning and elegant range. Prices start at £310. See what all the fuss is about HERE.
If it’s value for money vintage fare you’re after then Lunettes is the place for you. What started out as a market stall venture in the hustle and bustle of Notting Hill, can now be found in the trendy enclaves of East London.
These guys offer something from every era no matter what your taste, from oval 90s shapes to some wonderful NHS channelled vibes. Prices start at £15. If it’s something individual and truly unique then have a peruse at what’s on offer HERE.
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