Christian Dior sunglasses have been produced in Optyl for a relatively long period of time in the late sixties, seventies and early eighties. The model you see here is a seventies example of Optyl and Dior. The shape is especially futuristic for the brand and th decade. The visor hybrid is bold and reminiscent of H.R. Gigers alien designs. We are working on restoring the original visor lense as it has been replaced throughout the decades with a double cut lense.
The temples are very short because the frame is extremly long and bent on the sides creating an elongation of the wearer’s face.
The frame itself is very organic and high tech looking. There are two Chrisitan Dior logos, one on each outter side of the temples.
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