Official ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ x Tom Davies Sunglasses

For The Matrix Resurrections, famed costume designer Lindsay Pugh commissioned British eyewear designer Tom Davies to create a new line of iconic sunglasses for the film. Known for his eyewear designs for various Hollywood films, Davies designed 200 bespoke character-defining frames featured in the sequel to The matrix revolutions and the fourth installment in The matrix series.

In addition to outfitting actors Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II for their roles as Neo, Trinity and Morpheus, Davies has now released a very limited edition eyewear collection. Davies notably created a new version of the famous pince-nez sunglasses worn by the character Morpheus for The Matrix Resurrections.

Offered between $69 and $495 US, the official product of Tom Davies The Matrix Resurrections the sunglasses are available now at Customers can also virtually try on the frames using their webcams to get a feel for the striking creations. Check out a quote from Tom Davies about his frames for The Matrix Resurrections below.

“I can’t wait to see what people think of the Matrix frames. In my opinion, there is nothing in the creative industry that has such a fundamental impact on someone’s appearance as glasses. A well-designed pair of glasses can completely change the way people perceive an on-screen actor. The glasses worn by the characters of The matrix series are a key part of every look, so this was the most creatively challenging Hollywood commission I’ve ever had,” he continued. “It was a huge honor to be chosen to create all the eyewear for The Matrix Resurrections, and great to work with legendary costume designer Lindsay Pugh and the brilliant production team. I can’t wait to see the film – and all of my frames – on the big screen.

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