Four Shapes, Two Stories, One Gaze On Femininity

Tom Ford Eyewear presents four new sunglasses dedicated to the female universe for Fall/Winter 2021.

Beauty and elegance are expressed through two concepts that convey a vision of refined and contemporary luxury specifically designed for women.

Jack-02 (FT0900) and Toby-02 (FT0901) are the stars of Blinder Story, a tale that speaks of sophisticated constructions, refined detailing and appealing color combinations.

Both styles are characterized by colored side spoilers and metal frames with an innovative design, combining fine shapes and materials with cutting-edge techniques.

The two sunglasses that interpret the New Infinity Story reveal the brand’s essence, seen in a new light. Carine-02 (FT0902) and Cheyenne (FT0903) feature a feminine look that blends elegance with originality in silhouettes that are destined to become undisputed icons of modernity. The wraparound and crossover front, which perfectly reproduces the infinity symbol, celebrates the strong and inimitable power of women.

The new sunglasses are designed, produced and distributed globally by Marcolin and will be available at select opticians and Tom Ford boutiques starting May.

FT0900 – Jack-02

A sophisticated unisex metal pilot that is all about eye-catching color combinations. The ultra-slim frame with double bridge features colorful side spoilers with coordinating lenses, creating a fashion-forward unexpected look.

FT0901 – Toby-02

A large, lightweight and feminine squared metal silhouette personalized by interesting colour combinations, side spoilers and coordinating lenses. The front features the iconic high-relief ‘T’ logo detail and is complemented by slim temples.

FT0902 – Carine-02

The embodiment of the Tom Ford essence, this women’s style captures the iconic infinity shape, reimagined with a new wraparound design that conveys a glamorous allure. The frame features the iconic ‘T’ in relief metal temple detail.

FT0903 – Cheyenne

A brand new take on the distinctive infinity frame, revisited with a wraparound construction. The oversize butterfly shape lends character and a feminine appeal to these sunglasses. The iconic ‘T’ metal logo and tapered temples complement the design.

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