SHORT AND SWEET

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - Columnist - with HENRY CAVILL

You were the first non-amer­i­can to put on the Su­per­man cape. As a kid grow­ing up in Eng­land, were you a fan of the comic books? I was a fan of Su­per­man and other comic-book he­roes, but I wasn’t a comic book fan un­til I landed the I comics started role. and That’s read­ing re­alised when the what I had been miss­ing out on. As the global am­bas­sador for BOSS Eye­wear, set­tle the is­sue once and for all – round or rec­tan­gu­lar frames? I think it all de­pends you’re what looks wear­ing on good what and on you per­son­ally. Like keys, sun­glasses have an un­canny abil­ity to go miss­ing. Do you know where all your sun­glasses are right now? I know ex­actly where my four pairs are. One of sun­glasses of the ad­van­tages of be­ing an am­bas­sador is that I get to have lots of pairs, so I can place them all strate­gi­cally in dif­fer­ent places. Eye­wear has the power to com­pletely change peo­ple’s faces – quite Su­per­man as you well would from and Clark play­ing know Kent. trick to Do go you incog­nito use this in pub­lic? I do ev­ery now and again, yes! Ob­vi­ously dur­ing the day, if sunny, is the time to do it. It does work rather well.

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