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Persol’s Latest Collection of Sunglasses Is Made in Japan

Persol’s latest collection employs ultra-durable titanium and Japanese craftsmanship for a coveted four-piece capsule.


Heritage eyewear brand Persol has been framing the faces of pilots, race car drivers and stylish pedestrians for over a century. With premium materials and fine Italian craftsmanship behind each pair, Persol has cemented its place as a go-to sunglasses brand. Now, its latest endeavor turns from acetate to titanium, a material lauded by eyewear fans for its lightness and strength.

The Titanium Collection is crafted in Japan and features titanium nose pads as well as Guilloche-engraved single-piece titanium temples with Persol’s signature Meflecto design which allows greater flexibility and comfort for the wearer. The four-piece collection comes in a range of crystal lens options and starts at $370.

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