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Ahead of this year’s hotly anticipated film, luxury sunglass designers Barton Perreira unveil a three series capsule collection…

James Bond is the quintessential stylish gentleman and ahead of the release of 25th instalment of the James Bond franchise, No Time To Die, high end eyewear company Barton Perreira recently announced a global licensing agreement with EON Productions as the eyewear partner featured in the film.

Consisting of three distinguishable styles the Barton Perreira x007 Collection will comprise of; Joe - a polished black classic rectangular style frame with mineral glass lenses, Norton -a polished tortoise round P3 frame with a keyhole bridge) and Courtier – a sleek titanium and matte finish acetate aviator.

When thinking about how to dress James Bond in this latest film, I knew that everything about his look had to be instantly iconic and definitive. We chose pieces that are going to withstand the test of time as a classic, while also very much being steps ahead of the current moment. Each piece needed to be what I like to call the 'answer,'" said Suttirat Anne Larlarb, costume designer of No Time To Die. "When Barton Perreira sunglasses were suggested, they immediately ticked all the boxes of what a number of our Bond looks required – and across a variety of settings and circumstances in the story, they were indeed the answer."

The Joe and Norton frames will come with a certificate of authenticity card as well as custom branded 007 sunglass case, cleaning cloth and sleek, black carrying case. The Courtier will come with the custom branded 007 sunglass case and cloth. Frames will range from $440 - $625.

"James Bond embodies many things Barton Perreira represents – style, innovation, design and affinity for high quality, luxury items – and we're proud to see him in our frames," said Patty Perreira, co-founder and designer of Barton Perreira.

The frames will be available for purchase on, and in all Barton Perreira stores and authorized retailers.


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