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​Sunglasses for men - 2014

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Mens Sunglasses

The most popular models of sunglasses for men, as of last season, are aviators and wayfarers. New and original interpretations of these retro glasses are offered to the public fashion houses Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana, Trussardi. No less popular this summer are geometric shape glasses, which are mainly represented by the round shape of glasses.

Dries Van Noten, Rag & Bone, Dior Homme, and Ermenegildo Zegna produce such glasses with different rims - metal, plastic, repeating circular or side bulges. Fashion trend men's sunglasses, relevant for all models, became a double baffle on the nose. They can be very diverse - from plastic to metal or mixed. Original glasses with double wall were in collections Giorgio Armani, Prada, Gucci, Valentino. High demand among consumers enjoy a sunglasses unusual shape, which have become favorites among sports protective models large size. These glasses are recommended to wear this summer designers brands Emporio Armani, Agi & Sam, Marc Jacobs.

Sunglasses 2014: lenses and frames

Iconic trend men's sunglasses this summer were the combination of dark glasses and a bright rim. Stylish sunglasses in such style presented brands such as Kris Van Assche, Ermenegildo Zegna, Nicole Farhi.

Incredibly considered fashionable glasses with saturated lens colors and rims and pattern with colored and mirrored glass with metal rim or gloss. These glasses are found in the latest collections of Jonathan Saunders, Burberry Prorsum, Dior Homme, Emporio Armani.

Sunglasses for men with colored lenses and frames of different color are rare. Eyeglasses topical this summer sunglasses are made of different materials - traditional (metal and plastic, including transparent) and unusual (skin, horns). Interesting options can be seen at shows Dolce & Gabbana, Paul Smith, Giorgio Armani, Ports1961.



 

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