Anthony Albanese's buys new $349 Byblos glasses ahead of campaign against Scott ...

Anthony Albanese's buys new $349 Byblos glasses ahead of campaign against Scott ...
Anthony Albanese's buys new $349 Byblos glasses ahead of campaign against Scott ...
Albo's BIG makeover: How Anthony Albanese has adopted a suave new look with $349 glasses, sharp suits and 15kg weight loss ahead of the 2022 election Anthony Albanese has invested in a new pair of glasses and some new suits  The Labor leader, 58, has also lost 15kg since starting a fitness drive last year  His suave new look has been noticed by fellow pollies and political journalists 

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Anthony Albanese has transformed his 'dad' image with a snazzy new pair of glasses and a dramatic 15kg weight-loss ahead of next year's election.

The Labor leader has invested in a pair of Byblos Black Havana spectacles which retail for $349 and has smartened up with some stylish new suits.

His suave new look has been noticed by fellow pollies and political journalists. 

On the ABC's 7.30 program on Monday night, respected commentator Laura Tingle said Mr Albanese looked 'conspicuously repackaged... in a sharp new suit and brand-new glasses.'  

The Labor leader (pictured at a campaign rally in Sydney on Sunday) has invested in a pair of Byblos Black Havana spectacles which retail for $349

The Labor leader (pictured at a campaign rally in Sydney on Sunday) has invested in a pair of Byblos Black Havana spectacles which retail for $349

Mr Albanese (pictured in 2013) has transformed his image ahead of next year's election

Mr Albanese (pictured in 2013) has transformed his image ahead of next year's election

Earlier this year Mr Albanese told Daily Mail Australia that he's shed 15kg in a bid to get fit for the election campaign against Scott Morrison. 

The 58-year-old dramatically transformed his physique by giving up alcohol for three months, cutting out carbs and installing a treadmill in his Canberra office. 

Mr Albanese decided he wanted to slim down last year in preparation for the Three Capes walk, a three-day, 48km trek in south-east Tasmania, which he completed in January. 

'I was going on a walk at the end of last year, the Three Capes walk in Tasmania so I decided to get fit for that and also just to get fit for the campaign,' Mr Albanese told Daily Mail Australia.

The Labor leader is pictured in April 2020 before he decided to lose weight. His staff affectionately refer to this period of his life as 'jolly Anthony' in reference to his larger physique

The Labor leader is pictured in April 2020 before he decided to lose weight. His staff affectionately refer to this period of his life as 'jolly Anthony' in reference to his larger physique

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