MOSCHINO model MO771 was concieved by Jeremy Scott and is the most reminiscent of vintage MOSCHINO shades from the nineties. It captures best the vibe and fuel that Franco Moschino so geniusly placed within his brand.
These sunglasses were produced in two different colors: plack acetate and havana/tortoise acetate. The temples have several tiny screws on theback which hold the gigantic golden metal MOSCHINO logo into place. The overal construction is very sturdy and stable. The hinges used to connect the temples to the frame are very thik and wide, which adds additional stability. The frame is oversized and cut straight on top in the bridge area. The lenses are dark and lean. These shades cover the face very well and completely revive the early nineties look.
We believe that this model will become a classic for a couple seasons as it has already hit the MOSCHINO ss15 runway again, but this time in different colors, more suited to Barbie dolls.
MOSCHINO model MO771S01 was made in Italy by Allison.
MOSCHINO and Jeremy Scott are a match made in heaven! So keep the inspiration coming!
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