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Oliver Peoples

'Josa' acetate trim metal cat eye sunglasses

Product Code   501291329


Drawing out age-old Hollywood glamour with its fresh take on mixed-media formations, Oliver Peoples sets retro flavour to grand effect in these Josa sunglasses. Structured in a cat eye frame, this pair showcases an acetate browline and temples for a spin on everyday understated looks.

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Drawing out age-old Hollywood glamour with its fresh take on mixed-media formations, Oliver Peoples sets retro flavour to grand effect in these Josa sunglasses. Structured in a cat eye frame, this pair showcases an acetate browline and temples for a spin on everyday understated looks.
  • Designer colour: Ruby/Gold/Spice Brown Gradient
  • UV Protection: Category 3 - High
  • Gradient brown CR-39 lenses offer lightweight comfort and optical clarity
  • Cat eye frame
  • Brushed pewter-tone metal frame front
  • Clear crimson red acetate brow bar and temples
  • Clear silicone nosepads
  • Eye Size 57 / Bridge Size 16 / Temple Size 140
  • Designer protective case and dust bag included
  • Handcrafted in Italy
  • 1: 100% Metal; 2: 100% Acetate
  • Product measures: Frame Width 150mm / Frame Height 50mm
  • Lens Width: 52mm
  • Bridge Width: 16mm
  • Temple Length: 140mm

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