A panel of eyeglasses aficionados, made up of Oliver Peoples founder and creative director Larry Leight, Warby Parker co-founder Neil Blumenthal, Moscot Eyewear’s Harvey Moscot, and celebrity stylist Brad Goreski, star of Bravo’s It’s a Brad Brad World, take a thorough look at executive specs.
Goreski: “I think Bill could take it a step further, to what I call substitute-teacher glasses: the tweedy Harvard professor in the 1950s. A bit thicker, rounder, and tortoiseshell.”
Moscot: “I hate to say this, but it seems like he’s trying to steal that creative vibe from Apple. It’s actually a pretty hip frame.”
Blumenthal: “These frames are pretty flawless. He’s the original gangster of geekdom.”