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    BOSS EYEWEAR 2016

    MASTER THE LIGHT

    Watch Clément Chabernaud and Rianne van Rompaey master the light and shadow of Santiago de Chile in the new BOSS eyewear campaign, introducing new sunglasses and opticals for men and women

    Connect with us on our social channels with #masterthelight for more on the campaign

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    Men’s collection

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    Women’s collection

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    MEN'S SUNGLASSES

    BOSS Eyewear 2016

    In the shade

    In an ode to craftsmanship, modern materials are seamlessly blended with natural wood to create supremely elegant sunglasses in a range of colours and finishes.

    MEN’S OPTICALS

    BOSS Eyewear 2016

    See the light

    Vintage-inspired frames with expertly crafted wood and rubber temples define new BOSS opticals for him. Contact us to find your nearest optician to discover your perfect style.

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    WOMEN’S SUNGLASSES

    BOSS Eyewear 2016

    Under the sun

    Introducing new feminine cat-eye sunglasses with modern colour-block elements, in a range of designs and colours

    WOMEN’S OPTICALS

    BOSS Eyewear 2016

    Through a lens

    New retro-inspired glasses featuring tortoiseshell and modern colour-block details. Contact us to find your nearest optician to discover the optical style for you.

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    MORE FROM THE CAMPAIGN

    BLAZING SKY

    "My favourite time of light in the day must be sunset. During this moment, the sun is still shining and the sky is lit up in fire-like colours."
    Clement Chabernaud, campaign star

    PERFECT BALANCE

    "Santiago has beautiful buildings and beautiful architecture, but drive for 30 minutes and you can be in the mountains"
    Rianne van Rompaey, campaign star

    THROUGH A LENS

    "For the Master the Light campaign, my idea was to show the movement of light and shadow, guided by the protagonists’ will."
    Elena Petitti di Roreto, director