Men may choose from a range of richly hued acetate frames that feature clean, metal Tís on the temples. The man with a classical style may select the rounded models, TF5146 or TF5149, or the Kennedy-esque TF5147, while the client seeking an understated update may choose TF5148. It has a modified front profile but maintains the retro-inspired colors. Two more acetate models with a fifties inspiration, the rounded TF5150 and the gently oval TF5151, have a sophisticated authority. Colors get transparent and intriguing, such as the camel/Havana mix or the pairing of transparent-grey front with horn temples [model TF5150].
Metal frames for men this season include two classic silhouettes, TF5152 and TF5143. Their slim, metal front is paired with an injected temple to elegant effect. But metal also gets radically reworked. Taking inspiration from aviator-shaped sunglasses, models TF5154 and TF5155 bend metal into minimal, powerful lines that reflect a clean update of seventies masculinity.
A range of colors from semi-matte gunmetal to shiny bronze or gold, makes these new models bold style statements. Finally, a deeply luxurious frame with a palpable fifties inspiration combines
finely crafted metal fronts with precious woods - mahogany, ebony, and rosewood - for the temples, and finishes them with horn-effect acetate tips. Models TF5156 and TF5157 are the ultimate expression of the collectionís ethos. Small details such as expanding metal nose pads and flexible hinges deliver unparalleled fit and comfort. Prestigious materials deliver rarity and quality, while expertly perfected design ensures absolute wearability.
TOM FORD EYEWEAR is handmade in Italy by Marcolin.