Summer Shades

The right pair by profession.

By Jennifer Kim and Stephen J. Pulvirent

PHOTOGRAPHS BY NICK FERRARI FOR BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK; ILLUSTRATION BY JENNIFER DANIEL

The Dealmaker

Inspired by the eyewear of fighter pilots, Oakley Daisy Chains project both toughness and elegance, apt for any Wall Street titan. $150, Oakley.com

The CEO

The 3019 from Persol — the preferred eyewear of Steve McQueen, the original Thomas Crown — is for the man who strives mightily to make it look easy. $360; sunglasshut.com

The Architect

With a touch of Bauhaus minimalism, the Paul Smith Foxley features a single piece of perforated metal and cleanly hung panes of glass. $350; paulsmith.co.uk

The PR Queen

Suited to a strong personality, Gant by Michael Bastian’s bright Jan frames double as a blast shield against red-carpet flashbulbs. $200; gant.com

The Ad Exec

Equal parts Robert McNamara and beatnik, the Lookmatic Ricky fits anyone with a business card bearing the word “creative.” $65; lookmatic.com

The Fashion Editor

Seemingly delicate — -but constitutionally rock-solid — the Chanel Carbon Fiber frames are built to survive the front row. $640; chanel.com

The Social Media Expert

Eternally cool, wayfarers are the blue jeans of sunglasses. Toms’s variation, the Bamako, is ideal for a casual work environment. $129; toms.com

The Nonprofit Worker

These earth-tone David Yurman Thoroughbreds project unflashy style and diligence. $295; davidyurman.com

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