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Matthew Williamson

Contrast wire rim oversize round sunglasses

Product Code   220001107


Bearing a balance of textural contrasts for effervescent shine, these oversized round sunglasses from Matthew Williamson channel the label's spirited sense of artistic glamour. Structured from metal rimming, temples and bridge, this pair is complemented with acetate tips and vibrant gradient lenses for a bold visual.

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Bearing a balance of textural contrasts for effervescent shine, these oversized round sunglasses from Matthew Williamson channel the label's spirited sense of artistic glamour. Structured from metal rimming, temples and bridge, this pair is complemented with acetate tips and vibrant gradient lenses for a bold visual.
  • Designer colour: Black/Nude/Light Gold/Grey Peach Gradient
  • UV Protection: Category 2 - Good
  • Grey to blush pink gradient lenses
  • Oversized round frame
  • Black metal frame front
  • Light gold-tone metal temples and bridge
  • Transparent pale nude-tone acetate tips
  • Clear silicone nosepads
  • Eye Size 59 / Bridge Size 15 / Temple Size 140
  • Designer protective case and dust cloth included
  • Made in Japan
  • 1: 100% Acetate; 2: 100% Metal
  • Product measures: Frame Width 150mm / Frame Height 60mm
  • Lens Width: 59mm
  • Bridge Width: 15mm
  • Temple Length: 140mm

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