Founded in 2007 by Bill Barton and Patty Perreira, Barton Perreira strives to make the finest eyewear in the world. The company innovates through impeccable craftsmanship and design without compromise. Meticulously crafted by hand in Japan, a single pair of Barton Perreira frames takes weeks to refine. The rigorous six-to-eight-week manufacturing process focuses on perfecting every detail, from the frame’s foundation, to its deep glossy finish. This results in beautiful eyewear with an emphasis on finish, feel, and fit.
Barton Perraira first collaborated with 007 on No Time To Die, where costume designer Suttirat Anne Larlarb, selected the Joe and Norton styes for James Bond. Since then, the two brands have partnered on a range of legacy designs, drawing on archive references from across the 25-film series.
Inspired by the style of Casino Royale, the James Bond Royale is a high-stakes navigator design, handmade in thick-grade titanium.
Two designs inspired by the style of A View To A Kill. The James Bond Avtak is a reimagining of the aviator silhouette worn by Max Zorin, crafted in fine titanium. The Avtak Sport is a lightweight beveled acetate and titanium style which takes its inspiration from Bond’s snow look in the film’s pre title sequence.
This lightweight acetate sport wrap design pays homage to a pair worn by Sean Connery on set while filming 1964’s Goldfinger.
Inspired by a design worn on the beach by James Bond, the 007 Thunderball has an angular frame in polished zylonite acetate.
Two styles worn by Bond in 2021’s No Tie To Die. The Joe is a timeless icon, with a rectangular glass in angular frames. The Norton has round lenses and a keyhole bridge in flattering tortoiseshell brown acetate.