FASHION

Hackett’s signature eyewear

Bespoke Collection and London Collection are the two lines produced and distributed by Mondottica

In 1979 Jeremy Hackett and Ashley Lloyd-Jennings met on Portobello Road. United by a shared passion for secondhand British-style men's apparel, they immediately began working together at their small stall on Portobello Road, where they sold suits after they had been cleaned and repaired. The new Hackett collections are now available throughout the world and are famous for very high quality and the reinterpretation of a British style dedicated to the gentlemen of today.

 

Bespoke Collection


Made from the best acetates and studied down to the last detail to ensure a perfect result, the Hackett Bespoke collection is produced and distributed by Mondottica and totally embraces a classic look. Finished with embossed silver details on the inside of every temple, the collection calls to mind a man who dresses in a refined style that is devoted to products of extremely high quality.

 

The frames are available in different shapes for sophisticated men; from a mixture of modern styles with a hint at vintage shapes like HEB130, to the slim profiles of HEB131, which features tortoiseshell-colored acetate frames with the Hackett logo on the temple. This season the new handmade acetate models, such as HEB132, are characterized by chamfered temples that reveal a triple layer of color.

 

Hackett London Collection


The eyewear collection is designed for modern men with good taste. Colorful but subtle, decisive but discreet, the Hackett London collection has contemporary silhouettes made from the finest materials. Produced and distributed by Mondottica, this rich and diversified collection is a mix of acetate and metal details with small chiseled logos and design details on the temples.

 

HEK1126 - a metal frame for a modern man - has bicolor temples that create an interesting effect, whereas HEK1130 is a modern classic in which veined acetate complements the sophisticated detail of the logo and the finishing of the temples.