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A New Eyewear Line Fit for the Summer Sun

Tomas Maier partnered with Kering Eyewear to create a line that gives a new spin on classic styles

Having worn glasses since first grade, Tomas Maier certainly knows a thing or two about eyewear. So it’s fitting that the Florida-based designer has partnered with Kering Eyewear for a collection, in stores now. Manufactured in Italy, the 10 unisex styles feature a signature palm tree embellishment, whether as an embossed pattern in nickel silver core wire or a laser engraving inside the temples. Materials range from polished acetate to ultra-light stainless steel, while frames come in aviators, fun retro shapes and a bookish square look. “I gave a new spin to classic styles,” says Maier, who, as a seasoned buyer himself, appreciates the thoughtful details. “When you look at them closely, you see the flat front, interesting construction and technical yet aesthetic hinges.”

Acetate sunglasses, $290

Acetate sunglasses, $290

38 Via Mizner; tomasmaier.com

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