Claire Goldsmith Sunglasses Irwin

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SKU: 000150014319
Available: In Stock
Color: Smoke Screen

Size: Large 49-19-139-43-140  

Product Description

 

Claire Goldsmith Irwin Sunglasses. CG Legacy Sunglasses are an adaptable and beautiful collection of sunglass classics. The collection bridges the gap between optical and sunglasses – making it the most flexible and striking collection out there. This introductory collection will evolve into an eclectic and dynamic partner to the Claire Goldsmith optical collection. No logos allow the design and the wearer’s individual style to speak for itself. Classic but with a modern twist, uniquely contoured and incredibly comfortable. Claire Goldsmith is the great-granddaughter of Oliver Goldsmith, one of the most influential designers and creators of modern day eyewear and the man who once dressed the eyes of iconic fashionistas such as Audrey Hepburn and Michael Caine. “If you want a truly beautiful hat you go to a milliner like Philip Treacy. If you want incredible shoes you go to Christian Louboutin. But if you want glasses that are amazing quality and that were unique and timeless in their design, then it has to be a CG frame that you invest in.

This sunglass frame is transparent smoke screen acetate with rivets accenting the frame at the temple base. This sunglass frame will be hard-wearing and long-lasting.

This frame comes with gradient brown to green plastic sunglass lenses with UV400 protection to provide protection from the damaging rays of the sun, resulting in healthier eyes. These are non-prescription ready-to-wear sunglasses, but the lenses can be duplicated in most prescriptions by us or your local optical boutique for an addition charge.

 

Claire Goldsmith - CG Legacy Sunwear is hand-made in Italy

Included with this frame is an authentic Claire Goldsmith eye-glass case, a cleaning cloth and cleaning spray.

Please feel free to use our personalized service for professional advice.

 

   
 

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