Barton Perreira has released new color variants of the Joe James Bond 007 sunglasses. The new colors are inspired by Bond spots in the film, but the glasses themselves are not worn in the film.
Last year the three models Joe, Norton and estate agents were released as part of the Barton Perreira x 007 Collection. These sunglasses are the same model worn in the movie No time to dieeven though they have a 007 logo on their arm (which the actual movie sunglasses don’t have).
Series 2 of the Barton Perreira x 007 collection includes four new colorways of the Joe model, inspired by four locations in the new film: Matera, Italy; Port Antonio, Jamaica; Hakadal, Norway; and the El Nido bar scene in Havana, Cuba.
Note that none of these colors are worn in the film itself and are mainly used to keep interest in the 007 sunglasses collection going until the final film comes out later this year.
El Nido / Old English Polarized
A deep ombre brown hue with dark brown polarized lenses, similar to the foggy night scene in Havana’s El Nido Bar.
Port Antonio / Safari polarized
A champagne-sand-colored frame with dark green polarized lenses that imitates the white sandy beaches, surrounded by the green jungle of Port Antonio, Jamaica.
Hakadal / Noir
A translucent blue frame with dark glasses reminiscent of the cold icy landscape in Hakadal, Norway.
Matera / green smoke
A gray stone turtle frame with green glasses that reflect the colors of the mountain village of Matera, Italy.
Like the first series, all 007 series glasses come with a specially made James Bond 007 sunglasses case and a cleaning cloth. Polarized frames from El Nido and Port Antonio are £ 425 / $ 500 and sunglasses from Hakadal and Matera are £ 340 / $ 425.