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Oliver Goldsmith DECADES: The 1930's
By the 1930’s, sunglasses had really come into their own. Style sirens of the silver screen such as Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford had an enormous influence on what women were wearing and these sunglasses play homage to the era and in particular, the iconic 1939 Vogue magazine cover. Featuring large paddle temples, which were typical of the period, these frames are handmade in Italy from acetate and come with 2-base flat lenses with backside anti-reflective treatment.
shiny black acetate frame; peach pink inside
large paddle temples
designed in London
grey gradient lenses with back side anti-reflective treatment