Diamond formed faces are recognized by their broad brow

James Dean definitely knew how to pull off a pair of sun shades. & while sun shades are a year-round wardrobe staple here in the sunny UAE, sadly, they don. t always look as chilled as the iconic actor, right gents?

Well, it so happens that Rivoli Eyezone stores now have specially trained eye-wear stylists in each store prepared to help you pick the right style for your specific face shape. While you may have been clinging on to your fave aviators for years, have you ever thought about that they might not be the best shape for your face shape? Rivoli has received the most recent collections of designer eyewear for the SS16 season, & their eye-wear stylists will tell you that specific shapes & styles enhance the features of each face shape.

Heart/triangle formed faces are recognised by their broad brow, wide cheek bone, & narrow chin & soft jaw line. The best frames for this face shape are cat-eye, butterfly shapes or even rimless, like these Tom Fords.

Diamond formed faces are recognized by their broad brow, wide cheek bone, & narrow chin & soft jaw line. The best frames for this face shape are oval & square, live these from ray ban outlet online.

Square/rectangle formed faces are characterised by their wide cheek bones, angular jaw line, square brow. The best frames for this face shape are round, oval, cat-eye shapes & aviator styles like these Zegna frames.

Round formed faces are recognized by their soft, gentle & circular shape. The width & length are the same with small or no angles. The best frames for this face shape are angular frames with a geometric shapes or rectangle shapes like these from Mont Blanc.

Oval formed faces tend to have balanced proportions & a gently crooked jawline. The chin is usually narrower than the brow & cheekbones are usually high. The most versatile of face shapes, most frame shapes work on oval faces as long as they are in proportion to the size of the face. They love these rectangle shades from Zegna.

Kahane is no stranger to collaboration. In his varied career, he is worked with Sufjan Stevens, the Kronos Quartet, playwright Seth Bockley, & his father, conductor & pianist Jeffrey Kahane, to name a few. In 2014, BAM commissioned him, along with Tony-winning director John Tiffany & set designer Christine Jones, to change The Ambassador in to a stage show, which featured towers of papers that mimicked the skyline of Los Angeles. Recently, he wrote the words for a song called “Sleek White Child,” from the Punch Brothers’ latest album, with the band’s Chris Thile sending him a melody by iPhone & Kahane responding with words. “It was a 21st-century collaboration,” Kahane says with a laugh.

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