Do you think men with glasses are sexier? Just this morning I read a post in the Eye Style Me blog by a guy from the UK talking about what the official eyewear fashion trends are for men in 2013.

I thought it was a good opportunity to bring to light for the first time at Blickers the controversy about Sexiness between boys and girls. Who do you think are most attractive in eyewear, men or women?

eyewear fashion: rectangular glasses


There are many famous personalities regarded as Sex Symbols who have become famous with their eyewear! Such as Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Jon Kortajarena being the image of Tom Ford, Michel Kazanavicius ... But are they better with or without eyewear?

Johnnie-Deep with men glasses

Michel-Hazanavizius con gafas

Jon kortajarena


Taking advantage of the fact that at Eye Style they have explained eyewear trends to me for men in 2013, let's take a look at them:

Brands like Police, Gucci, Trussardi or Stone Island go for aviator sunglasses like these:

mykita eyewear for men


Karl Lagerfeld, Barton Perreira or Wolfgang Proksch, however, choose the "less is more" simplicity of minimalism. As they say in the post, the key thing is traditional models, simple frames made of attractive materials and lenses in subtle colours, i.e. minimalist eyewear:

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And finally other brands and designers, such as Robert La Roche, John Varvatos and Byblos, who choose retro glasses. Personally I have always had a love-hate relationship with the retro style, because I find them hard to like. But when I find the accessory or the perfect piece of clothing, I fall totally in love with them ;-)

In this case we are speaking about retro eyewear inspired from between 1950 and 1980. Nice, classic frames but with artisan details like pieces of wood or leather to decorate bridges, arms and other details of the eyewear.



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