Tom Ford is among the most highly respected and successful designers today. The winner of numerous design awards, his rise in fashion began in 1994. After different collaborations with legendary fashion houses, in April 2005, he announced the creation of the Tom Ford brand. Tom Ford also announced his intention to produce and distribute optical frames and sunglasses.

Predecessor of trends, Tom Ford has long been a style icon who continues to lead and mould the mood of the moment. A potent vision of modernity and glamorous allure can be seen in all his creations and products, which feature an innovative and provocative design, attention to detail and exclusive materials and workmanship.

The brand’s core values are reflected in the eyewear collection: Made in Italy, with attention to detail and high-quality products. The sunglasses and glasses merge both vintage and contemporary influences. All the styles are rendered instantly recognizable by the elegant metal “T” detail, the undisputed icon of the brand.

Among the most iconic and desired styles we can count the Whitney, the Jennifer, the Cary, the Leo, and the sunglasses worn by James Bond in the 007 Saga Movies (Marko, Snowdon, and Henry).

Tom Ford is a brand worn by trendsetters – men & women from 25 years and love the life of luxury.

In April 2007, his first directly operated retail store opened in New York to coincide with the debut of the signature Tom Ford Menswear and Accessory Collection. In February 2011, the Tom Ford Womenswear Collection was introduced to clients worldwide.


Sophistication, innovation and stylistic range are the hallmarks of the new TOM FORD Eyewear collection.

Inspirations for the sunglass and optical frames are both au courant and retro, the former realized in sleek, modernist looks and the latter, in mid-century references ranging from whimsical to mysterious. Throughout, the collection displays the unique chic, superior function and exquisite Italian craftsmanship core to the TOM FORD ethos.

Arresting design delivers essential stylistic and structural currency. For the first time, the iconic metal T logo becomes a compelling structural element, while classic eyewear tropes get updates in new, exciting incarnations.

The beloved pilot is rendered in a range of distinctive variations. Two metal frames, the Ken and the Tex, with downward-sloping and squared lenses, respectively, feature novel leather bridge inserts and project urbane, self-assured glamour. Similarly, the acetate Turner and Blake-02 offer squared and rounded-lens options, with an uber confident aura. So, too, the Jayden, which features slightly larger frontal proportions and an interesting brow-line detail.

The butterfly takes fresh flight in a pair of high-drama styles. Ultra-thin, solid metal frames keep the oversized, rounded Evangeline and more angular Nickie-02 alluringly light, while incorporating the structural metal T element.

Renewing the Infinity concept, the iconic cross-and-floating-lens motif appears in the gently curved Edie-02 and the angular Yvonne. The frames’ acetate widens at the outside edges for added interest. And for bookish charm, the thick-framed, acetate Raffa gives off a hint of geek chic.

The optical collection delivers the signature, captivating TOM FORD style with all-day comfort and state-of-the-art fit. Polarized and photochromic lenses offer superior visual quality, while Blue Block lenses reduce eye fatigue induced by too much screen time. Clip-on frames seamlessly blend practicality with refined aesthetics.

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