PIERRE CARDIN model 1 132 is an interesting example of acetates used in the seventies. White opaque acetate tends to color very easily. It tends to turn yellow through the decades from exposure to sun and the wearer’s acids contained in sweat.
What is interesting to note about this model is the contrast in shape between square and round. The frame’s outter cut is square while the inside lenses are perfectly rounded. This contrast in geometric shapes is a typical game PIERRE CARDIN would play with fashion from the sixties to this day!
The frame and temples are made of opaque acetate. Both of the outter sides behold a metal PIERRE CARDIN logo while the right inner temple has the logo printed in black. The inner left temple bares the imprint of the model number and color.
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