Why the ’70s Were the Best Era for Eye­wear

Herworld (Singapore) - - HOLIDAY SPECIAL -

The ’60s had their dis­tinc­tive mod styles and flower child sun­nies. The ’80s? Wacky and sci--in­flu­enced. The ’90s saw mi­cro shades. But it’s the tawny, over­sized sun­glasses of the ’70s that have truly stood the test of time. Why? Be­cause they work on most of us, re­gard­less of our face shape or what we wear. And TOM FORD recog­nises that with his lat­est col­lec­tion of “vin­tage”, ’70s-style avi­a­tors and Jackie Os.

A TOM FORD sig­na­ture: the T logo on ev­ery pair of eye­wear. From top: Sabine Sun­glasses, $790; Len­non Sun­glasses, $600; Emanuella-02 Sun­glasses, $660; and Marissa Sun­glasses, $840.

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