We love our products. Our focus on product development is at the very heart of who we are and what we do. It's for this reason that we've dedicated so much of our time to produce a number of our own product lines, including our own line of shoes, outerwear, and accessories.
When it came time for us to consider adding eyewear to our product mix, we decided to defer to another brand for their expertise. We wanted a partner that could truly compliment our core made-to-measure business, as well as our various product lines. As we contemplated the eyewear market, we knew that the brand we wanted to partner with needed to share the same core beliefs that we hold true to at B&R. Above all, these beliefs needed to include having a passion for creating a high quality product that stands the test of time. We believe no eyewear brand better embodies this ethos than TBD Eyewear.
Founded by Fabio Attanasio, TBD Eyewear started with a mission to create a product that celebrates the rich heritage of Italian artisanal craftsmanship. After partnering with some select artisans in Cadore, Italy, he set out to develop a line of sunglasses and glasses that combine classic and modern design.
With partners like Mazzucchelli Varese, Fabio Attanasio found the best Italian artisans to form every part of his vision. From the acetate frames, to the lenses and hinges, every piece of his sunglasses and glasses are handmade with the highest degree of precision and detail.
For both The Bespoke Dudes and B&R, eyewear provides much more than their inherit function. They offer discerning men the opportunity to tell a little bit more about themselves and create a style that's distinguishable. Just as our MTM garments allow our clients to infuse pieces of their personality in the way they design them, TBD Eyewear's deep product line offers a variety of styles that every man can identify with. Whether a guy is simply looking for eyeglasses frames or for tortoise shell sunglasses, there's definitely something within the collection that will set him apart from the crowd.
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