The Metropolis, introduced by Furla four years ago and one of the Italian brand’s bestsellers, continues to surprise and delight. Its latest versions for Resort ’19: cuter, cooler, and more ethical.
Clockwise from top: Studs give every bag an edge. The Metropolis Amoris has heart-shaped ones. Leather S cross-body in Ciliegia, $795.
In response to the “ever-growing ethical needs of consumers”, Furla officially goes furfree as of Resort ’19. Metropolis Nuvola Mini cross-body in faux fur, $465.
Quilted velvet Metropolis Cometa Minis have adjustable chain straps, so they can be worn as crossbody or shoulder bags, or carried in the hand; $625 each.
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Why The ’70s Were The Best Era For Eyewear
The ’60s had their distinctive mod styles and flower child sunnies. The ’80s? Wacky and sci-fi-influenced. The ’90s saw micro shades. But it’s the tawny, oversized sunglasses of the ’70s that have truly stood the test of time. Why? Because they work on most of us, regardless of our face shape or what we wear. And TOM FORD recognises that with his latest collection of “vintage”, ’70s-style aviators and Jackie Os.
From top: Sabine Sunglasses, $790; Lennon Sunglasses, $600; Emanuella-02 Sunglasses, $660; and Marissa Sunglasses, $840.
A TOM FORD
signature: the T logo on every pair of eyewear.
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