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Oliver Peoples

'Anetta' acetate temple metal square sunglasses

Product Code   501291328


Bringing laid-back visuals back with 1960's bohemian influences, Oliver Peoples' Annetta sunglasses mark a stylish, simple foundation in a square frame. Upswept in brushed metal and acetate-wrapped temples, this pair references structural perfection with silicone nosepads and rimmed front for sturdy focus.

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Bringing laid-back visuals back with 1960's bohemian influences, Oliver Peoples' Annetta sunglasses mark a stylish, simple foundation in a square frame. Upswept in brushed metal and acetate-wrapped temples, this pair references structural perfection with silicone nosepads and rimmed front for sturdy focus.
  • Designer colour: Brushed Silver/Opal Flash/Dusk Gradient
  • UV Protection: Category 2 - Good
  • Gradient marine blue to beige lenses
  • Square frame
  • Brushed silver-tone metal frame
  • Transparent beige acetate-wrapped temples
  • Clear silicone nosepads
  • Eye Size 64 / Bridge Size 15 / Temple Size 140
  • Designer protective case and dust bag included
  • Handcrafted in Italy
  • 100% Acetate
  • Product measures: Frame Width 165mm / Frame Height 55mm
  • Lens Width: 64mm
  • Bridge Width: 15mm
  • Temple Length: 140mm

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