Barton Perreira designer Patty Perreira derives inspiration from golden-era Hollywood, Beat literature, and technology to create her forward-thinking eyewear collection. Crafted from titanium, black rhodium, leather, and Zyl, Barton Perreira glasses, sunglasses and optical frames are as well-made as they are good-looking — and they are VERY good-looking. Imitate your favorite rock star in the classically cool Halston and Blake shades (made in black, cobalt blue, and champagne); take a style tip from Brad Pitt (a frequent Barton Perreira customer) with a pair of Mitchell aviator-style sunglasses or green-nuanced Caines; or go bookish with the chestnut-colored Neville or gray Skyler frames. For women, Barton Perreira offers luxe jeweled sunglasses given fancy French names such as Mademoiselle and Emmanuelle.
Shop for essential spring shades from Derek Lam, Fabien Baron and Barton Perreira. These designers are among the hottest names in eyewear and have been featured in Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, and spotted on such famous faces as Angelina Jolie and Kate Moss. From classic aviators to colorful oversized plastic frames, these sunglasses suit any eye for style.
These Euro-sexy, oversize shades are large and in charge, with gradient lenses that keep the sun’s glare at bay whether you’re on the Mediterranean or the Jersey shore.
Once in a great while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We’re offering them to you — at steeper-than-ever discounts — so we can make way for new gear. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.
Founded in Los Angeles by a pair of Oliver Peoples vets, Barton Perreira has been making a lot of noise in the eyewear scene because of the line's modern approach to luxury sunglasses and optical design that mixes a classic aesthetic with fashion forward styling. Sleek and ultra-luxurious, each model in the collection is handmade in Japan and boasts incredibly precise and comfortable fits. Seen on the faces of Hollywood's A-List and those "in-the-know" this up-and-coming eyewear collection can be found at Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and now, Gilt Groupe.