Since its inception in 2005, the TOM FORD brand has been linked to Marcolin Group for the production and distribution of optical frames and sunglasses. Always known as a trendsetter, the brand expresses a style rooted in luxury with unique charm and a vision capable of guiding design and elegance towards innovative aesthetics.Modern, provocative and refined, the brand's personality translates into glamorous allure through products characterized by exclusive materials of the highest quality, masterful workmanship, and sophisticated details. In 2023, Peter Hawkings was appointed Creative Director. The Estée Lauder Companies is the sole owner of TOM FORD and has long-term licenses with Ermenegildo Zegna N.V. for TOM FORD Fashion and Marcolin Group for TOM FORD Eyewear.Read more Read less
The essence of the brand is reflected in its eyewear collections. Made in Italy with great attention to detail and high-quality materials, the sun and optical styles combine vintage and contemporary influences and are immediately recognizable by the use of the elegant metal “T” that animates the frames as an unmistakable hallmark of the brand.
Among the most iconic and desired styles we can count the Whitney, the Jennifer, the Cary, the Leo and the sunglasses worn by James Bond in the 007 Saga Movies (Marko, Snowdon and Henry).
Seductive aesthetics and quality materials express the intrinsic luxury of the new TOM FORD Eyewear collection.
Styles within the collection are identified by signature details such as the iconic "T" logo and "infinity cross" on the front which elevate the distinctive personality of these elegant frames with an exclusive and sophisticated design.
Extraordinary workmanship and innovative materials take center stage with refined constructions emphasizing the value of fine Italian crafting.
The Cecil, Kaya and Guinevere sunglasses and the FT5913-B and FT5958-B optical frames are some of the styles in a variety of colors that are made using a biodegradable and bio-based acetate composed by raw materials including cellulose acetate and by a plasticizer mix mainly derived from natural starch and ethanol fermentation.
Metal and acetate are masterfully combined in optical frames like the FT5914-B frame or the Edwin, Vincenzo and Lyle-02 sunglasses, where transparency becomes an element that reveals and provokes in a refined way.
Faceted rims and different thicknesses distinguish minimalist styles such as the Guilliana sunglasses and the FT5909-B optical frame.
The iconic Whitney frame has been reimagined in this collection through four new sun styles. The oversized round shape is made in light titanium for the limited-edition Nicoletta style. The “infinity cross” on the front, cutaway lenses, and metal ‘T’ inserts on the tubular rims distinguish the elegant Bettina style, the silhouette of the narrow Fernanda frame, and the rounded, high fashion look of Jada sunglasses.
New panoramas move the collection towards frames that enrich the winter season with the mask shapes of the Rellen, Linden and Lorna styles, dedicated to après-ski moments, and the new FT1124 ski goggles, proposed with interchangeable magnetic lenses.
Functionality meets style in optical frames with Blue Block lenses, which offer greater visual comfort and less fatigue when using digital devices. The clip-on of the FT5916-B frame is presented in a new folding version.
Luxury takes shape in seductive silhouettes.