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Colour is the absolute heartland of Benetton. Together with Mazzucchelli, the Italian acetate specialist, the brand has created bespoke colourations for selected acetate opticals. Mazzucchelli uses tradition and modernity in materials to innovate whilst Benetton offers stylish and versatile garments, which can all be mix and matched based on colour. Crafted in high-quality brown horn… Read More


Benetton is colourful, diverse and carefree. The values that have always distinguished the brand’s clothing collections are also the inspiration for the latest optical range. It is important that everyone finds a comfortable fit wearing the Benetton’s frames. In fact, they speak about personal identity as much as the other product lines in a universal… Read More


Fusing signature styles with fashionable lenses and ultralight technology, Pepe Jeans’ latest sunglass collection reinvents the profile of trend-setting coolness. Men’s style JADON PJ7284 is steeped in modernity, with angles and flat lenses rewriting the rulebook for how classic sunglass shapes should look. With its flat brow line, angular lens profile and one-piece ultra-flat lens,… Read More


The wonderful thing about London’s restless days is that they make you appreciate the tranquillity of the countryside which is just a ride away from the city. The Hackett Gentleman likes to travel light: he just needs to pack a few staple pieces from his wardrobe, along with his oversized HEB233 panto optical frames. Crafted… Read More

LOGO 2.0

Hackett’s logo is rooted in the quintessential British sports of polo and rugby, and has adorned the shirts and jerseys of high profile players since the 1980s. Charting fashion’s current infatuation with the logo, the modern Hackett Man fancies wearing vintage inspired logos on polos and fine knitwear, nodding to the age-old institution of the… Read More