PIERRE CARDIN is the father of spaceage, but he is also a very versatile designer. His 60s and 70s sunglasses often had sophisticated drammatic concepts, although even more of his shades were very wearable, modern and up do date for those times. Even more so when we look at them today. We notice immediately how timeless and elegant his more wearable designs actually were and still are.
The model we see here is in the shape of a conceptualized acetate butterfly. The acetate used is colored in three shades of purple, red and white.
The frame is oversized and organically ondulated while the temples stay sober and clean. The PIERRE CARDIN logos are clearly visible on the outter sides of each temple. The logos are made in metal.
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