John Varvatos Men's Sunglasses on Sale
An essential accessory is turned into a major wardrobe upgrade with the soho collection V604 style. Crafted from rich acetate, the handmade in japan V604 frame shows off a modern round shape with a beautifully pressed patterned on a metal bridge, custom rivet hinges and polarized lenses. The V604 is the quintessential cool-guy sunglass, ready to take you places. Available in black tortoise, Tokyo tortoise and dark brown tortoise gradient in 52/22/150.
Channeling Andy Warhol's iconic 1966 space The Dom, these new-season sunglasses offer an authentic vintage feel with an innovative stance. A rich, handcrafted acetate construction features tortoise detailing and a custom integrated spring hinge with signature JV plaque for superior comfort and flexibility. Lightweight and endlessly wearable, these undeniably cool frames include beveling on the temples to reflect light and add dimension, while select styles offer flash mirrored lenses for a modern twist.
The artisan collection V511 is a true exemplification of effortless cool. Showcasing a modern aviator silhouette with an elongated acetate top bar, a pressed pattern along the temples and Cr39 nylon lenses with back blue ar coating, the V511 is leading the way in a new class of eyewear standards. Available in gold mirror gradient, olive gradient w/flash mirror in 60/17/140.
Named after Jim Morrison, these enduring aviator-inspired sunglasses showcase a clear appreciation for Rock and Roll sensibilities while drawing inspiration from John Varvatos Detroit heritage. A lightweight stainless steel frame conveys a considered attention to craftsmanship with an intricately braided and twisted leather temple. As part of the new-season Artisan Collection, the artistic elements of this style are balanced with the sleek metal construction, alluding to the "Golden Era" that once made the city of Detroit an icon of modernity - from the meticulous workmanship of classic automobiles to the opulent detail of the steel enforced mid-century architecture.