Christian Dior model 2004 is a beautiful example of pure seventies style. The Optyl used for these shades is opaque, giving them a frosted glass-y feel and finish. Dior is groundbraking when it comes to his licensed sunglasses from from any era till the late eighties but the seventies take the cake as they show us some of the most experimental and futuristic designs that can easily be compared to SIlhouette’s iconic FUTURA collection!
Christian DIor model 2004 has an oversized square frame in pale brown/beige Optyl. The frame curves on the left and right borders as it overflows into the temples which are screwed to the frame as if interlocked within one another.
The temples are also in an opaque pale brown/beige baring a silver metal colored “CD” logo each on the front extreme outter sides. The left inner temple bares the Optyl logo while the right inner one the Christian Dior logo printed in white.
These sunglasses frame the wearer’s face to perfection, creating an alien/robotic vibe that the seventies so often, so masterfully did!
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