The new dunhill eyewear collection features a curated, contemporary selection of frames inspired by archival design and British pop culture icons of the 70s and 80s; namely Michael Caine, Brian Eno and Brian Ferry.

Made in Japan to the highest specifications, the range is constructed from lightweight titanium, stainless steel and acetate, making design references throughout to House DNA and to the hardware and engineering codes that shape our automotive heritage. Details that echo iconic dunhill Rollagas lighters also come to the fore in the hinges, wire cores and temple features.

MARVIN WEARS SQUARE-FRAMED ACETATE SUNGLASSES

WANG WEARS ROUND-FRAMED METAL SUNGLASSES

Combining utility and elegance, classicism with modernity, each piece has a subtle vintage aesthetic and is carefully considered in both its technical construction and embellishments, as well as its sense of proportion.

A colour palette of rich depth and more muted tones works alongside the lustrous, transparent and semi-matte finishes of the collection. Additional character that also taps into the House heritage can be found in the use of marble and barley patterns.

Square-frames engineered in black acetate with brown lenses.
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