Sunglassespreservation added these stunning oversized Chistian Dior by Optyl sunglasses to our collection but we unfortunately do not know their exact color code. If anybody has any more information on this model, please contact us as we wish to fill out the information for other sunglass passionates to see. Thank you.
What we do know about these shades is that they were produced somewhere in the seventies. Thanks to Vtg Shades and Grégoire, we were able to identifiy the model number to be D10 and that it probably belongs to one of Optyl for Dior’s earlier models, as the model number codes hadn’t yet switched to a four digit number. They are made of Optyl, very sturdy and light to wear. They measure almost 20 cm in length makinf them one of the largest Dior sunglasses ever produced.
The frame color fades from greenish yellow to brown green from top to bottom. The temples bare an interesting ornament pattern on them. They are reminiscent of 60’s space age. There is a metal, black painted “CD” logo attached to each one of the two front parts of the temples.
As soon as we find any further information relevant to these shades, we will update this post as well as all the data that goes with it.
All help would be very appriciated. Thank you.
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