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Best Sunglasses for Men- shades that define character

Best Sunglasses for Men- shades that define character

Fendi Sunglasses – Fendi started from a small leather and fur company way back in 1918 in Via del Plebiscito, Rome by Adele Casagrande. Now, the designer brand boasts Rihanna, Sofia Coppola, Kanye West, Claudia Schiffer, Jessica Alba and Thandie Newton to name but a few, demonstrating its appeal to the creative glitterati. Fendi eyewear is just one of the luxe accessories that the brand has become known for. Elaborate detailing is mixed with Fendi’s lady-like style across the Fendi collection. Butterfly, square and round in shape, the frames are mostly over sized, keeping their glamorous appeal intact and when worn adds a glamorous flourish of Italian style to an everyday wardrobe. Be Fabulous. Be Fendi.

Gucci Sunglasses – Sumptuous plush leather encases this stunning Gucci Aviator. This super lux frame is made ever more eclectic with shiny metal sections at either hinge and centre section. Authenticated by Gucci logo adorning each arm and a single lens, this is a frame that means business.

Nautica Sunglasses -Nautica Sunglasses are for the energetic and rugged. technology, such as magnetic clip-on sunglasses and light-weight titanium are two of many of their qualities. styles range the full spectrum, full frames, half frames and rimless.

Yves Saint Laurent Sunglasses – Yves Saint Laurent sunglasses are number one in the high end fashion market, dominating the international scene with its luxurious & sophisticated classic styles. Yves Saint Laurent sunglasses bring the unique look of Paris’ cutting edge to your doorstep. This YSL sun glasses collection is made exclusively in Italy.

Dolce & Gabbana Sunglasses – D&G have let their wild side loose with this amazing new frame. The mirrored lenses definitely give this frame the X factor and the rimless lenses create a stylish statement.

Editor, Amelia W Grant

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Associate editor (Digital Content) at CEOWORLD Magazine
Associate editor (Digital Content) at the CEOWORLD magazine. New Yorker. Generally prefer dogs to humans. Loves dragons.
Editor, Amelia W Grant
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