These David Gandy-approved D&g Sunglasses Have Arrived In Time For Spring

14 February 2020
Fashion, Sunglasses, D&G, Spring/Summer 2020, David Gandy, Dolce & Gabbana
David Gandy is the face of Dolce & Gabbana's Spring/Summer 2020 eyewear collection

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Since 2001, when he first became a household name, David Gandy has turned us into green-eyed monsters thanks to a career spanning 20 years that doesn't seem to be disappearing any time soon, the chiselled jawline (with cheekbones to match) of Herculean myth and a physique we could only dream of waking up at 6am to sculpt every morning.

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And while we can't miraculously give you a gym-honed body overnight, we can help you out in giving you some Gandy-certified goods to spruce up your spring wardrobe.

Is it time to put away the rollnecks and bring out the shorts? Perhaps not, but at least you won't look like a wally wearing sun-shielding shades (and, actually, we've had ours out for the past few months) and helpfully David Gandy and Dolce & Gabbana just dropped a load of new sunglasses.

For Spring/Summer 2020, the mighty Italian brand and Gandy have continued their partnership (we all remember his ads for D&G Light Blue). The new eyewear collection consists of four styles, meaning there is something for everyone.

The DG2248 is a modern take on a classic Aviator, with characteristic D&G diagonal edges, while the DG6129 is an ultralight nylon and metal hybrid design. The collection also features two new spectacle silhouettes: the DG1325 features a super-slim, gunmetal frame and takes geek chic to new heights; and, rounding off the foursome, the DG5048 are a pair of Clark Kent-worthy matte-blacks specs.

With the sun now beaming down on us the gusty weather is a thing of the past, best to grab these shades while you can – we have.


Via British GQ