Oliver Peoples’s Sir Collection Presents Shades of Style

Power dressing was a prominent style of the 1980s. The era is inspiring a new capsule collection by Oliver Peoples called Sir with three limited-edition styles based on designs from the brand’s eyeglasses collections of the late 1980s. The new editions ($440 to $510) have been modernized in new color combinations and details. “We wanted to revisit this idea of a dream uniform for the modern-day businessman and create intellectual, handcrafted styles that add a sense of polished and tailored sophistication,” says Larry Leight, founder and creative director of Oliver Peoples. (212.925.5400, www.oliverpeoples.com)

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