Origin  Cadore, Italy
Specialty  Handmade Eyewear
Lines & Prices  RTW €135+

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ABOUT

via TBD Eyewear
 

"The Bespoke Dudes Eyewear is a collection of handmade in Italy sunglasses and glasses, selected by Fabio Attanasio, founder of The Bespoke Dudes blog, and created by the skilled hands of Italian artisans.
 

WHO WE ARE

Fabio Attanasio is the founder of The Bespoke Dudes, the leading Italian blog about craftsmanship and bespoke tailoring. Along with Andrea Viganò, they launched this project with the aim of enhancing the image of Italy abroad and promoting its excellence and unique creativity. Our accessories hail from the expertise of talented Italian manufacturers, taking on the ubiquitous empire of huge multinational groups and coming up trumps. Our goal is to guarantee the continuity of Italian craftsmanship and to protect our heritage, to fly the flag of our supreme quality and unique creativity.
These handmade in Italy sunglasses are aimed at all the connoisseurs who want to stand out from the masses, who wear their style with confidence and ease.
 

WHAT WE DO

The Bespoke Dudes Eyewear is a patron of Italian excellence with the goal of meeting the demands of the most discerning customers around the world. The names of the collections come from the bespoke tailoring industry. Our handcrafted sunglasses are inspired by a deep-rooted appreciation of quality and craftsmanship, guaranteed by the expert artisans of Cadore, Italy.
Our acetate frames are extremely lightweight and provided by Mazzucchelli Varese – a historical Italian company and global leader in the production of acetate frames – and our lenses are also made in Italy to guarantee an incredible optical quality. Moreover, our collection consists of timeless accessories, mixing classic forms with a modern twist, represented by our elegant frames and refined lenses. The hinges of our handmade in Italy sunglasses resemble a bow-tie picked from a lot dating back to the 30’s and feature four screws – rather than the usual two – tightened by hand. It is a long and costly construction, but we are not in the trade to compromise on quality."