Chris Scott

We spotted Chris in these Garrett Leight glasses during a TIFF screening at Toronto’s David Pecaut Square. Chris says he chose these square-shaped “Westminster” frames because he wanted something that fit his minimal, classic style. He chose the “Champagne” color way, meantime, for something that was a little different, without drawing too much unwanted attention.

These frames are made from cured cellulose acetate from Japan and Italy, with stainless steel, bi-color gold and silver barrel hinges and rivets. The exposed core wire detail helps perfect the fit and shape. It’s fitting that we photographed Chris at TIFF – he says another reason he bought these glasses was because he saw Bruce Willis wearing a similar pair in a Wes Anderson film!