The above shades from Thom Browne's Autumn/Winter 2012 men's collection are a rather aggressive specimen. It would be difficult to put them on and not be affected by their BMX brat leather side cups or those arms that wrap back around your ear, putting notions of flashy adventure in your ear. Damn, this is some really strong coffee.

Continuing a relationship with Dita that remains very fruitful indeed, this collection brags two distinct looks: the jazzy number we just talked about and a more reserved and elegant aviator. We are most intrigued by the women's frames pictured below, however. Nice round tortoiseshell specs that look fit for the man who loosens his tie a bit and calmly talks his friend in the wild goggles down out of a tree with a "Now see here, old boy ..."

More looks after the jump...

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