The renaissance of an icon, as elusive as it is manifest. This sunglass, immortalized in the 1969 film The Italian Job, was fabricated for speed. The handcrafted essence of a luxury timepiece conjoined with the precision of distortion-free optics, its true quality can only be appreciated when slowing down. Even time stops to admire the past.
Seducing the space where two lines meet and once again diverge, this sunglass broadens every perspective while luxuriating every vista. Cutting through a sea spray breeze, or perfectly capturing a panoramic sunset, what lies ahead is as clear as the periphery, yet twice as beautiful.
The Sixty One™
Fashioned along the bravest arc from the past to the future, this sunglass skewers the daring minimalism of the sculptor with the everlasting desire of the visionary. Looking out over a piercing blue marina, or marveling at virgin, alpine pistes, the true bravura of The Sixty One™ is simply revealed not by addition, but by subtraction.
SPRING 2020. ALP PRADAMEE, LIECHTENSTEIN.
For the photoshoot of the relaunch of The Rossano™ model, we were fortunate to have Syndicate member #69, Fritz Kaiser, lend us his Lamborghini Miura—the very same car that featured so famously in the opening scenes of The Italian Job in 1969.