CHANEL nineties acetate model with ten screws as studs on the front of the frame and two silver double “C” logos, one on each side of the temples, also screwed by two screws each. This model was produced in Italy but we do not know the exact year and collection they are from. They were boutique exclusives but this because in the nineties CHANEL sold sunglasses only in their boutiques. There was no retailer distribution because CHANEL did not want it.
This model is a clash between cateye and rock-n-roll shades. They fit quite tightly to the face and are not very big but for their size are quite heavy and thick. Very sturdy acetate and craftsmanship. Unfortunately we see it less and less in modern times.
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