Barton Perreira, a Los-Angeles based eyewear company, has signed an exclusive global James Bond licensing agreement with EON Productions with the release of the film No Time to Die. The brand is the eyewear partner of the film, in which feature three eyewear styles. Under the deal, Barton Perreira will use the 007 logo on the three sunglasses worn by the main characters in the film.

The models are Joe, a polished black classic rectangular style frame with mineral glasslenses; Norton, a polished tortoise round P3 frame with keyhole bridge, and Courtier, a sleek titanium and matte finish acetate pilot.

The Joe and Norton frames comes with a certificate of authenticity card as well as a custom branded 007 sunglass case, cleaning cloth and sleek, black carrying case. Courtier comes with the custom branded 007 sunglass case and cloth. Frames retail from €380 to €545.

The frames are already available for purchase on, and in all Barton Perreira stores and authorized retailers nationwide.

The film No Time To Die, was planned to be released from Nov. 12, 2020 in the U.K. but has now delayed for a second time. At present the release date in the U.K., and in the U.S., is April, 2021. 

Barton Perreira’s eyewear is manufactured in Japan. Since February 2019, Marcolin is the exclusive distributor of the company’s sunglasses and optical frames in certain parts of the world.

Barton Perreira also announced that during the month of October, 5 percent of online purchase prices will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.