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Lanvin

Herringbone chain temple tortoiseshell acetate square sunglasses

Product Code   220002842


Prominent from all angles with its strategic placements of hardware and acetate, these Italian-crafted square frame sunglasses from Lanvin are particularly cool in an aviator-inspired construction. Rendered in tortoiseshell effect and fronted with a double bridge, this pair is subtly highlighted with herringbone details at the temple for added industrial impact.

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Prominent from all angles with its strategic placements of hardware and acetate, these Italian-crafted square frame sunglasses from Lanvin are particularly cool in an aviator-inspired construction. Rendered in tortoiseshell effect and fronted with a double bridge, this pair is subtly highlighted with herringbone details at the temple for added industrial impact.
  • UV Protection: Category 3 - High
  • Brown polarised lenses
  • Square frame
  • Multi-tonal brown tortoiseshell-effect acetate frame
  • Gold-tone metal temples with engraved herringbone detail
  • Double bridge
  • Eye Size 52 / Bridge Size 18 / Temple Size 140
  • Designer protective case and dust cloth included
  • Made in Italy
  • 1: 100% Metal; 2: 100% Acetate
  • Product measures: Frame Width 145mm / Frame Height 48mm
  • Lens Width: 52mm
  • Bridge Width: 18mm
  • Temple Length: 140mm

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