Between the 1960s and 1970s, men’s fashion was largely influenced by colors and textures, and eyewear at this time exploded in an array of shapes and sizes. One of the heartthrobs and fashion influencers of this era was Warren Beatty, a popular actor who gave us such hits as Splendor in the Grass, Bonnie and Clyde, and Shampoo. This frame was part of Warren Beatty’s everyday look; it was only natural to coin it the Warren. The Warren is a square angular frame with bevel-cuts along its four outer-edges and is constructed with five-star pin-rivets that keep it within its original star quality, strength, and detail.
original archive from US
tortoise acetate frame
genuine pin rivet hinge with five point star rivets