The days are already getting longer, the sun is staying out for hours, and though this week’s temperatures may argue otherwise, it’s soon to be wear-those-damn-sunglasses-everyday weather. So, set aside your pilot’s aviators or those Ray-Ban Wayfarers you may have relied on all winter, because it’s time get into something new by the time summer hits. Specifically: shades that all your friends don’t own. So, here are the sunglasses brands for men for you to choose from.
Summer 2013 is bold and directional with Christian Roth‘s shades. This legendary and iconic sunglasses design named “Les années 80” remains unbending in its sensibility to this day. Semi-rimless style presented in black acetate, silver titanium trim and grey shaded lenses. Yin Yang sign is discreetly engraved. Handmade in Japan.
Ray-Ban Signet Sunglasses Black from Red Hot Sunglasses
Everyone has heard of the Ray-Bans. As a brand they have so much history behind them that they have the power to alter how you feel about sunglasses. Some of the biggest stars in the world, from Bob Dylan to Robert Pattinson, have approved this classic brand. Ray-Ban’s trade mark style is cool, and these black Signet Sunglasses are no exception.
Following in the footsteps of retro models the Aviator and Wayfarer styles, these incredible green-lensed Signets give you total UV protection and a really stylish look. These sunglasses will look first-rate on any man; the ultimate and structured frame adds a strong look to any set of features. The Signets have of late been named in the top ten designer sunglasses for summer 2013 which shows just how popular this vintage style has become.
The true Ray-Ban style is genuine, stylish and functional and all of these characteristics are combined in the Signet sunglasses. The thin, stylish frame makes them almost weightless, but is strong enough for anything your day has to throw at them. Ray-Ban sunglasses are strong enough for any situation, so whether you are out abseiling down a mountain, or enjoying a night out in a big city with friends, these sunglasses will suit the day.
Model Lena, theo by Tim Van Steenbergen
Belgian eyewear brand theo asked designer Tim Van Steenbergen to tell a personal story. The story of his grandfather René Van Steenbergen, the man he admired, who showed him how to look at and appreciate art, and who taught him to draw. As an architect, in the 60s, he stood out for his application of modern architectural design and building materials to religious architecture.It is especially these modernist churches that inspired Tim to design a collection of sunglasses named project 1, series 8.
The details on the front of the sunglasses are a nod to church spires. The structure of the metal temples is an indication to the solid structures often used by René Van Steenbergen. Theo by Tim Van Steenbergen sunglasses are always made with ZEISS sunglass lenses for optimal eye protection.
Eolie collection from Mondelliani
Mondelliani original sunglasses are intended and made in Italy, according to the main traditions of Italian eyewear, a blend of craftsmanship and the most recent innovations in technology. Glasses with the ideal fit, curated down to the last details that underlines the meticulous attribute of every face, exalting the expression and the personality.
Eolie compilation tells of the seducing attractiveness of the suggestions and the colours of the Mediterranean, of the sea and of the land, the sunset and the sunrise, the wind and the sun. Alicudi, Filicudi, Salina and Vulcano frames are stimulated by the ’60s and ’70s. The lenses, tone on tone or distinct colours, personalize the glasses and the shape.
Dark tortoise brown Bvlgari sunglasses
These breath-taking sunglasses from Bvlgari are accessible and won’t disappoint. Modern and fashionable, these women’s glasses blend style with luxury, coming in a dark tortoise brown colour, and are a typical example of Bvlgari’s attention to detail and graceful design.
Limited edition Phuket sunglasses by Coppe & Sid
A new sovereign label showcasing the full Coppe & Sid collection, Phuket is a glossy sunglass design that is wonderfully handcrafted from high-quality Italian materials. The design has a smooth two-tone front, combining transparent and patterned acetate, and old-school star pins on the front and sides, for an updated retro sophistication.
The Oakley Daisy Chain range
The Oakley Daisy Chain range puts a fresh twist on the typical aviator method with the classic teardrop silhouette and an ultra light frame. The Daisy Chain has the look of any high end fashion sunglasses though with Oakley behind it they have taken extra care to guarantee comfort and usability have also been given much concentration. The glasses come with a simple & lightweight C-5 frame which a subtle Oakley logo on the stems, you will also find variable nose pads to ensure a snug fit and prevents any snagging of your hair.
Ray Ban Wayfarers
The Ray Ban Wayfarer is a archetypal, unisex pair of sunglasses. The timeless sunglasses were first released in 1952 and presently remain to be the number one best-selling sunglasses, in the fashion and optical industry.
Ray Ban Wayfarers radiate a high standard of excellence and are handcrafted in Italy using long-lasting acetate. Ray Ban’s name finishes off the frames brilliantly and indicates its genuineness and great heritage as a luxury label. The pleasing square shape with iconic pin accents on the front of the frames is fashionable and the distinguishing temple tips ensure comfort.
Oakley are famous for creating striking sports sunglasses, but they are also great at turning out classic, enduring and casual styles too – like the Oakley Holbrook. The Holbrook has a fabulous retro look, with metal bolts and Oakley icons adorning the frame.