Hold ’em and fold ’em

Canali’s first foray into eyewear makes a ma­jor state­ment.

Esquire (Singapore) - - Style -

The right shades don’t just add in­stant cool—they can also be­come your trade­mark. Think of Dirty Harry’s wraparounds, Hunter S Thomp­son’s yel­low-tinted Ray-Bans or Kurt Cobain’s out-there oval frames. If you’re still search­ing for the right fit, the tim­ing couldn’t be bet­ter: Ital­ian tai­lor­ing house Canali is breaking into the specs game with a va­ri­ety of vin­tagein­spired sil­hou­ettes and reis­sued lens tints dat­ing back to the ’20s. With 15 shapes to choose from, it won’t be long be­fore you, too, find a sig­na­ture shade.

Ac­etate frames, gun­metal de­tail­ing and a retro key­hole bridge make these avi­a­torspart Top Gun, part The Tal­ented Mr Ri­p­ley.Black avi­a­tor sun­glasses (SGD547*) and tor­toise­shell sun­glasses (SGD547*) by Canali; jacket by Dries Van Noten; shirt by Fi­namore.

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