Tom Ford retro eyewear inspired from the 1950′s
The perfectionist designer with the golden touch, Tom Ford is known for designing everything as expensive and luxurious as possible. He has always come up with something exclusive for the fashionistas and luxury lovers, who want to make a serious fashion statement. Whether it’s a celebrity star Brad Pitt who frequently wears Tom Ford designed sunglasses ‘The Singleman’ or the rock artist Steven Tyler who ears ‘Angelica’. Fashion lovers’ show-off their unique sense of style and high sense of fashion by wearing Tom Ford. And, the latest from the house of Tom Ford is his Special Edition Optical Eyewear Collection, inspired by the enduring elegance of the 1950s eyewear.
These gently-retro inspired frames typically shows Tom Ford’s penchant for making subtly luxurious and meticulously crafted product. Made from the gold-plated metal of the finest quality along with the precious water buffalo horn on the front and the temples, the frames represent the highest level of fabrication and design in eyewear. The frames come with a specially designed luxurious leather case, presented in a Bakelite box boasting a soft brown lining, along with an authenticity certificate. In addition, to care for the special buffalo horn which might appear different because of its organic origin, a chamois cloth along with a special cleansing cream are provided.
Available in two frame styles; women (5257) and men (5260), these are among the most refined frames offered by Tom Ford Eyewear. The men’s frame comes in a square shape decorated with optional yellow gold-plated metal with black striped horn or white gold-plated metal and natural horn. Whereas, the women frame is more oval in shape and comes with an option of white or natural and grey striped horn. Further, the frames are balanced by slender metal temples that come embellished with an understated ‘T’, a Tom Ford Eyewear signature.
Speaking of this Special Edition Optical Eyewear Collection, it will be available in select Tom Ford boutiques from April, and don’t forget, wearing a pair of these 50s inspired gently-retro frames will cost you $2,950.