Tom Ford believes in the power of eyewear – the first accessory that gets noticed. His eyewear collection delivers high-style high function while providing the diversity essential to satisfy the varied moods and personalities of the Tom Ford customer. Classic motifs get subtle upgrades of style; for example, the iconic infinity cross-bridge design enhances the authoritative pilot. More fashion-driven frames reflect both vintage and current references. Ford’s defining aesthetic found its roots during his youth in the Seventies. That decade continues to inform his work in offerings such as the oversized, angular Jacquetta and the Fonda, with soft angles that deliver a new twist on “round.” Eccentricity comes through in the Wyatt, a hipster update of the Fifties-inspired cat-eye frame. An alternative, modernist sensibility surfaces variously in the bold geometry of the Renee and in the minimalist Oscar, a lightweight, flat frame with foldable temples intended to fit easily into a shirt pocket. Tom Ford Eyewear fuses Ford’s masterful hands-on design with Made-in-Italy craftsmanship. Luxe materials and the signature, sleek “T” logo imbue even the most flamboyant shapes with sophistication. The optical eyewear employs innovative Blue Block lens technology which improves visual comfort and reduces the eye strain that often results from extended screen time.