It’s all about proportions with Percey. The scale of round lenses to a comfortable width (plus a keyhole bridge) make this bookish frame completely timeless.
What do you get when you combine round lenses, slim temple arms, and a keyhole bridge? A good-looking frame for narrow faces named Haskell.
Ellisons medium width, lightweight stainless steel-rimmed lenses, and acetate brow are at home among the stacks or the cosmopolitan bustle.
Aldous remains a favorite pair from our original collection. Classic lines and a generous width add a literary flourish to any look.
Looking for your next pair of signature sunglasses? Madison features a traditional bridge and an unmistakably adventurous silhouette with a medium width that suits most faces.
With its polished silhouette and keyhole bridge, Downing is quirky but refined.
Our limited-edition Beckett 16 frame features the classic square silhouette of its namesake with a freshly reconceived lens shape. Translation: Same fit, new look.
Oates is a wide frame that offers a dynamic mix of acetate and stainless steel.
If you’re looking for roomier frame with a classic square shape, Gilbert fits the bill.
Cass is a confident frame: generous width, rounded-out edges, bold temple arms, and a perfectly squared shape.
Get the job done in assertive, bold frames with a square shape and a strong bridge.
Never bulky, always bold, Thatchers acetate construction offers a classic look thats perfect for any situation. This frame fits almost everyone, including those with wider faces.
Differentiate yourself from the corporate herd with Seymour, a professional but playful frame with instant appeal.
Langhorne boasts our widest bridge yet. The combination of rectangular frames and a slightly rounded bridge is destined to earn high marks.
Vaughans keyhole bridge and medium shape offer an understated look with plenty of panache.
Lowry is a bold, spacious frame with a straight brow and generous lenses that exude panache.
A keyhole bridge and classic round frames make Lyle a frame for day and evening alike.
With a bold browline and generous width, Ames is a built-to-last frame in both acetate and lightweight stainless steel that transitions easily from mornings in the quad to...
The Barkley frame manages to look at once midcentury and contemporary and totally stylish on everyone.
Medium to wide faces looking for a versatile frame should look no further than Felton, a crisp, rectangular shape.
Angular with sharp features, Sibley gives others an impression that is simultaneously both academic and hostile takeover-esque.
Those who like their frames angular will take to Crane, an ultra-wearable classic with a slim, rectangular profile. The slightly oversized silhouette makes it all the more...
Subtle styles combined with bold colors enable Felton to be worn by those with medium to wide faces looking for versatility in all aspects of life.
A narrow frame with trustworthy looks and angular features—Ryder is the one you bring home to meet the parents.
Slightly oversized, but still subdued, Northcote, with its keyhole bridge, slim temple arms, and rectangular eyeframe, is angular and effortless. Mostly work, a little play.
Designed for small to medium-sized faces, Fillmore features a bold keyhole bridge, thick acetate, and our signature plaques.
Sharp, slender and downright confident, Raleigh’s looks alone are enough to climb any corporate ladder.
Constructed from lightweight Japanese titanium, Ingles’s oval-shaped lenses are loaded with offbeat charm. Premium cellulose acetate coils hand-wrapped around each lens rim add...
Chilton proves you don’t have to be flashy to make an impression; rectangular angles and a classic silhouette do the job just fine.
Ormsby is a classic, good-looking frame. The round curves, keyhole bridge, and medium width are a nod to vintage beach style.