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The Executive Selection: Tom Ford Eyewear For a fresh look with a minimalist vibe, take on the translucent trend with a pair from Tom Ford's eyewear collection.

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For a fresh look with a minimalist vibe, take on the translucent trend with a pair from Tom Ford's eyewear collection.

Image credit: Tom Ford.

Available in various bright colors, these unisex pairs can be perfect staples in your accessories collection.

Image credit: Tom Ford.

Related: Visible Spectrum: The Gentleman's (Easy) Guide To Color Matching

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