Randolph Engineering makes sunglasses for everyone from the U.S. military to Mad Men’s Don Draper. Randolph Engineering’s handmade Aviator, Concorde and Sportsman models are perennial favorites, built to exacting specifications in Randolph, Massachusetts. Accompanied by a lifetime guarantee, these sunglasses are the stylish workhorses of NASA astronauts, career pilots and people like designer Michael Bastian, who created a capsule collection of five frames for the label, or J. Crew. Founded in 1972 by Polish engineers Jan Waszkiewicz and Stanley Zaleski, Randolph Engineering started out as an tool and machinery manufacturer for the optical trade; in 1982, the Massachusetts-based company began producing polarized aviator sunglasses for the U.S. Air Force, then offered its wares to the general public. We're ever so glad they did.
While it may not feel like it yet, spring is definitely in the air, which means you’ll soon need a stylish pair of shades to block the ever-present sun. From sleek aviator styles by Carerra to great looking options by Giorgio Armani, you’ll be sure to find plenty of options to protect your eyes in style.
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While you may not be hanging out in Clooney’s villa on Lake Como, the shades from this legendary Italian fashion house offer a bit of that European luxury. From the aviators that seem be worn by every stylish man in Florence to circular metal and rectangular frames and more, these glasses are less “Jersey Shore” and more Stylish Italian Gentleman.
What's the quickest way to update your style without overhauling your entire wardrobe? Simple: a great pair of shades. Here, you'll find plenty of examples of just that, from top brands like Spitfire, Zegna, Tom Ford, and more.