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x Le Specs 'Edition One' layered acetate cat eye sunglasses

Product Code   501300725


Elevate current architectural plays with in-depth emphasis in these Edition One sunglasses by Le Specs, created in collaboration with self-portrait. Retaining a cool way of wear with layered contrasts of hand-polished acetate in a matte hue, this flat top pair establishes bold contouring at the front with its cat eye-inspired shape for a default touch of feline fancy.

US$125

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Elevate current architectural plays with in-depth emphasis in these Edition One sunglasses by Le Specs, created in collaboration with self-portrait. Retaining a cool way of wear with layered contrasts of hand-polished acetate in a matte hue, this flat top pair establishes bold contouring at the front with its cat eye-inspired shape for a default touch of feline fancy.
  • Designer colour: Matte White/Matte Milky Blush
  • UV Protection: Category 3 - High
  • Brown lenses
  • Flat top cat eye frame
  • Frosted beige hand-polished acetate frame
  • Matte white layered acetate trim front
  • Eye Size 51 / Bridge Size 18 / Temple Size 150
  • 100% Acetate
  • Product measures: Frame Width 150mm / Frame Height 60mm
  • Lens Width: 51mm
  • Bridge Width: 18mm
  • Temple Length: 150mm

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