Elegant Eyewear for Espionage
It's no secret that James Bond is an impeccably well dressed gentleman. From shootouts and car chases to having martini with women, he has a aura of elegance and class. Tom Ford is the personal tailor for Daniel Craig's 007; from suits to sunglasses his wardrobe shows a love for luxury and style. Take a look at the featured sunglass pieces from the latest Bond movies.
Daniel Craig wears a pair of TF108 sunglasses, now discontinued and incredibly difficult to find. The screen-worn pair sold at a charity auction for nearly $40,000. One can only imagine how much the actual Aston Martin driven in the film was scooped up for.
A similar colour and shape to the pair seen in Quantum of Solace, 007 dons a pair of TF144 ("Marko") which is currently still in production. The rhodium (silver) frame with the smoke blue lenses are a perfect fit for the elegant gentleman. A slightly narrow fit, it doesn't overpower the features the way some other aviators do.
In Spectre, James Bond sports the TF237 ("Snowdon") at a funeral. The vintage-inspired shape lends itself well to a timeless classic look, and while the frame looks black, it's actually a dark havana with a dark brown lens, perfect for complimenting an impeccably tailored look. These frames are also available to order!
Daniel Craig appears in a second pair of Tom Ford sunglasses for this movie. Here with a lighter coloured suit and a more casual ensemble, he wears the TF248 ("Henry") sunglasses, another vintage-inspired cult accessory of the past. Again, this model is an available order from Tom Ford, this specific colourway being a dark havana with dark metal accents.