Paul Smith Kingsmill PM8157SThe Paul Smith brand defines British culture and heritage throughout all of its collection. The collection entails a contemporary twist and personality through traditional menswear and tailoring. Sir Paul Smith was knighted in 2000 for perfectly portraying British fashion and he has never shied away from that. Smith celebrates three decades of menswear but now has a total of 14 different lines including women's and accessories. The Paul Smith multistripe logo is instantly reocognised and used in a lot of the clothing and accessory range. In 1994, the luxury eyewear brand Oliver Peoples became the proud Global Licensee for Paul Smith eyewear.

Paul Smith Kingsmill

Paul Smith PM8157SThe Paul Smith Kingsmill PM8157S sunglasses is a best-selling pair of sunglasses for the brand because it is extremely flattering and stylish. The model is inspired from the 1970s and the retro design is effortlessly cool and timeless. The sunglasses look masculine but they are in fact unisex. Each and every frame is immaculately handcrafted from acetate by a skilled expert. The Paul Smith headquarters have a very strict quality control ensuring all of the products made and sent out to the customers are of the highest standard.

The PM8175S sunglasses has a square and stylish rectangle shape. The lenses are oversized and this is a huge eyewear trend at the moment as seen in fashion shows and on many celebrities. Oversized frames look good but also provide even more protection for your eyes as harmful sun rays will be reflected. The acetate used is made of the finest quality making them durable so that they do not break easily.

The sunglasses are very comfortable to wear as they are so light in weight. This is important so you won’t be able to feel them as you wear them throughout the day. Circular pin designs are engraved on the hinge section is an extra fashionable feature. Paul Smith has made the Kingsmill sunglasses available in three classic colours including black and two shades of Havana styles. The brand celebrates tailoring and is popular for whimsical features being added to classic cuts. Everything is unique to each wearer; simplicity has never been this eye-catching until now.