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Tom Ford - Latest 2013 Styles. Tom Ford is arguably one of the most respected and successful designers of our generation and is most renowned for his work with Gucci by increasing Gucci's sales by 90% and increasing the company value from being almost bankrupt to over $10 billion by the time he departed in 2004.
In 2005 Tom Ford launched the self named brand, TOM FORD, and produced his own range of beauty and eye wear products including the ultra exclusive James Bond style sunglasses from the Quantum of Solace. Tom Ford has since launched a menswear collection outfitting celebrities including Brad Pitt, Daniel Craig, Tom Hanks and Nicholas Hoult who also appears in Tom Fords latest movie A Single Man.
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The sunglasses category was a fiercely fought battle with so many great brands and models fighting it out, but we chose the Tom Ford Marko as our eventual winner of the SelectSpecs.com Sunglasses of the Year thanks to its stylish and well-built aviator design and the general feel of quality you get from this sunglasses frame when you hold it in your hands or wear it.Read more...
Lenny Kravitz was out Christmas shopping in New York this week, wearing a hat, sunglasses and scarf and looking all fashionable and what-not. Who says you can't wear sunglasses in Winter, when the sun is low in the sky?
Lenny Kravitz was wearing Aviator Sunglasses, one of his favourite styles (based on previous sightings). But its hard not to notice that MASSIVE carpet off-cut he seems to be wearing for a scarf. That's probably a field-full of sheep that has gone into producing that fashion accessory... The thing must weigh an absolute tonne. Whatever way you look at it, that scarf is chiffin' massive!Lenny's Aviator Sunglasses
It's a little tricky to positively ID the aviator sunglasses that Lenny Kravitz is wearing here. Although they look similar to the Ray-Ban RB3025, it's hard to see the Ray-Ban logo on the top of the lens which is usually a dead giveaway.Read more...