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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
Optical moves onward in 2022, as we ring in a new year of new eyewear with statement-making specs from Ted Baker. –Christine Yeh
TED BAKER LONDON TW011 from Tura
l.a.Eyeworks continues to amaze us with their daring shapes and bold color combinations that create showstopping frames. This optical style stuns with a dramatic circular shape in a luxurious tortoise hue and a subtle linear pattern. –Victoria Garcia
JOBIM from l.a.Eyeworks
COOL IN COLOR
Sometimes men’s eyewear is lacking one thing… color. Badgley Mischka solves this with an alluring light green hue that is accentuated with a lightweight acetate and keyhole bridge.
BADGLEY MISCHKA Xavier from The McGee Group
Let’s go on holiday to a winter retreat where colorful butterfly specs flutter our eyes.
NICOLE MILLER RESORT Cabo from L’Amy America
A brown to crystal fade takes this men’s optical style in a new fashion-forward direction. Its masculine color palette and textured top offer a refined look with several delicate design details. –Victoria Garcia
OGA 10159O from Morel
Looking for the perfect pop of color to break up your neutral winter wardrobe? This red to rose fade fires us up. –Jillian Urcelay
MODO 470 from Modo
A TAILORED FIT
Take an understated luxury brand like Tom Ford, and you’ll find classic and inspiring eyewear styles. This optical style offers a sleek oval shape with a thick double brow bar and the brand’s trademark “T” logo on each temple. –Victoria Garcia
TOM FORD 5760-B from Marcolin
Sport meets street for an athleisure fusion of performance and style. –Christine Yeh
UNDER ARMOUR Loudon from Safilo
NAVIGATE THE WAY
This oversized navigator shape with a “borrowed from the boys” edge will make a strikingly chic statement that Victoria Beckham does best. –Jillian Urcelay
VICTORIA BECKHAM 2624 from Marchon Eyewear
Seamlessly blending a striated pattern of neutral tones, craftsmanship takes center stage with this sophisticated Seraphin style. –Jillian Urcelay
SERAPHIN Bassett from OGI Eyewear
Here’s what we think for the New Year.
With these carefully selected eyewear statements, the editors of 20/20 deliver choice trend setting that quite simply sets the SEEN for this New Year.
We’ve declared that optical is moving ONWARD to new heights, new sights and a new sense of what it means to see this world through eyes with a positive attitude that knows no bounds.
20/20 editors Christine Yeh, Victoria Garcia and Jillian Urcelay clue you through glasses for 2022 and beyond.
–James J. Spina