Our range of Police glasses and sunglasses use metropolitan and urban lines that express the very essence of the band, offering a distinctive and masculine look. The range also features traditional models, designer to incorporate easy to wear shapes with a subtle detail for a more understated appearance.

The Police collection embraces an urban attitude, drawing inspiration from the brand's more distinctive elements to present silhouettes with strong personality and trend-led styling. The frame shapes represent a unity of past and present, emphasised by multi-coloured acetates, transparencies and fashion tones on classic silhouettes. Forward thinking frames are paired with classic, trusted lens tones.

From 2014 – 2017 footballing superstar Neymar JR will represent Police. The iconic Brazilian will appear in 6 styled shots, modelling the 2016 and 2017 sun collections. Pre and post the World Cup 2014, Neymar JR quickly established himself as one of the most recognisable faces in the world. His talent and skill on the football pitch, coupled with his humble and humorous attitude off it, make him a figure of respect to both young and old in all continents.

The young star follows in the giant like footsteps of past Police ambassadors that include Bruce Willis, George Clooney, David Beckham and Antonio Banderas. Born in 1983, the Italian brand emerged at an important period that saw sunglasses transform from a simple accessory to a fashion statement. During the 1990s Police became a true phenomenon with their blue mirrored lenses: a planetary and trailblazing success that has been a trademark for the brand ever since. All Police frames are produced from top quality, lightweight, high-performing materials, such as titanium and stainless steel, so that you can be confident that your eyewear will keep up with your lifestyle.

To view our range of Police glasses, Police Sunglasses or other designer brands, simply contact or visit your local store stocking the range and our dispensing opticians will be more than happy to help. Why not also book an eye test to see whether your eyesight or prescription has changed?