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 Read More
PIERRE CARDIN model 350-42 is a classic example of spaceage design. These sunglasses have a futuristic pilot shape combined with Read More
PIERRE CARDIN model “ski sport 70/7” from the eighties is a brilliant example of modern sunglasses design combined with the need to adapt to practical sportswear. In fact, these ski glasses were made to Read More
PIERRE CARDIN is the father of space age, but within his immense creative genious he also created so much more, including avant-garde sunglasses, molding new shapes and researching forms and ways to unite practical wear with Read More
GIORGIO ARMANI sunglasses from the 90′s. We do not know the exact year and collection they are from. Does anybody know exactly when they are from? They are classic ARMANI. Low on the nose, seen here in black, with Read More
VERSACE often relates their design creations to the wonders of the seas and oceans. We see the underwater realms appear on silk pillows, high end porcelain cups and plates as well as clothes and of course, on accessories! Our favorite type of Read More
PIERRE CARDIN first made these ski goggles back in 1981, for James Bond in the the movie: “For your eyes only”. Roger Moore, who played James Bond, wore the black version of these ski goggles. The film production decided to exchange the PIERRE CARDIN covered headband straps for a simple black logoless version. The retail model was produced with PIERRE CARDIN logos intact all throughout the band.
Special agent 007’s ski goggles did, however, have Read More