Giorgio Armani Sunglasses

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This isn’t fashion, this is style


A style that is synonymous with refined elegance, Giorgio Armani sunglasses are the understated yet effortlessly elegant glass choice.


After launching in 1975, it wasn’t until 1980 that the fashion world sat up and began to talk about Giorgio Armani. Richard Gere had been dressed from head to toe Armani in the film American Gigolo, and it set the tone for the brand’s style from thereon. Giorgio Armani’s way of thinking changed the laws of fashion, striping it back to necessities: reducing accessories and returning to the bare essentials. It was also the first fashion houses to introduce sport elements to business and evening wear.


Giorgio Armani’s philosophy is emblematic: “To me, style is more important than short-lived fashion trends”. Each collection of Armani sunglasses perfectly embodies the idea of everlasting flair. Muted browns, blacks, and tortoiseshell color combos are paired with exemplary craftsmanship for a pure luxe optical experience.


For men, styles include glasses modeled on early 20th-century ski goggles, with studded leather blinkers and mirrored lenses, to sleek catwalk-ready glasses made of metal and acetate and featuring a sleek wrap-around metal brow bar. For women, choices include oversized rimless square shape frames with a distinctive metal A-bridge in delicate rose gold or matte silver temples, or extremely feminine two-tone frames with oversized round frames and gradient lenses.


Mixing contemporary and heritage styles with superlative finishes and iconic details for an end result that is pure sophistication.