Eyewear: The New Statement Piece for Men’s Fashion

Eyewear: The New Statement Piece for Men’s Fashion

China’s “little fresh meat” generation are dominating the Chinese entertainment industry, including the world of fashion. With eyewear being the new trend, let’s check out what these young “male gods” have in store for us:

Jing Boran (井柏然)

The 28-year-old actor chose an old-school, horn-rimmed glasses for his look. With the gray wool pullover and pristine slacks, Boran resembles an educated scholar.

Huang Xuan (黄轩)

At the Dior fashion show, the 32-year-old chose black-rimmed glasses to pair his dark navy blue suit. The overall look gave viewers the impression of CEO.

William Chan (陳偉霆)

For this look, the 32-year-old reminded actors of a high school teacher with this black turtle neck and khaki suit jacket. He paired the look with with rim-less glasses.

Lay (张艺兴)

The 26-year-old EXO member kept things simple with a pair of sleek round glasses and a blue suit. The style is simple yet sophisticated.

Kris Wu (吴亦凡)

The 27-year-old actor and singer is known for his bolder style. He pairs his Gucci suit with some oversized round glasses which he proudly wears.

Karry Wang (王俊凯) and Roy Wang (王源)


The TFBOYS duo shined in their schoolboy photoshoot with a pair of thick-rimmed glasses that match their youthful ages.

Wu Lei (吴磊) and Li Yifeng (李易峰)

Rising young actor Wu Lei stepped off the plane in his reflected sunglasses, while actor Li Yifeng brought the retro aviators back to the future.

Source: Sina.cn

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Eyewear: The New Statement Piece for Men’s Fashion

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