Vintage Sunglasses - Page 267
VS2661: Vintage Persol 714 Steve McQueen folding sunglasses are an engineering marvel of the 20th century, folding up to a size not much larger than a single lens and known as the first ever collapsible folding sunglasses. But these Persol 714 folding sunglasses are a special issue, with the tortoise shell frame and blue Neophan lenses popularized by the actor Steve McQueen. Steve McQueen wore the Persol 714 in the 1968 movie The Thomas Crown Affair. Tell Me More
VS2662: Vintage Giorgio Armani 671 1054 sunglasses feature a thin band of red tortoise shell surrounding the front lenses and steel gray ear stems of this icon of 20th century eyewear, distinctive due to the twisted and curving ear stems that are a hallmark of Armani 671 sunglasses. The front profile is classic with rounded rectangular green mineral glass lenses measuring approximately 1.875" x 1.25" at the widest points with both lenses laser etched GA near the hinges. Tell Me More
VS2663: Vintage Giorgio Armani 672 1098 sunglasses feature a beautiful Italian frame with translucent golden ear stems, matching translucent gold front frame, and a chrome band that secures the lenses of the front frame in place for extra design flair. The thicker than norm front frame is a distinctive Armani design trait, and we love the oval lens shape. Tell Me More
VS2664: Vintage Giorgio Armani 677 1150 sunglasses feature a thick dark tortoise front frame that's the distinctive design feature of Armani 677 sunglasses, and it looks great with the sleek matte copper ear stems and matching tortoise ear pads. The rounded rectangular lenses really catch the eye, somewhat assymetrical and further accented with the band of tortoise that naturally draws the eye to their unique shape. Tell Me More
VS2665: Vintage Giorgio Armani 672 1159 sunglasses feature a beautiful Italian frame with translucent golden ear stems, black ebony front frame, and chrome band that secures the lenses of the front frame in place for extra design flair. The thicker than norm front frame is a distinctive Armani design trait, and we love the oval lens shape that measures approximately 1.875" x 1.125" at the widest points with both lenses laser etched GA near the hinges. Tell Me More
VS2666: Curved metal ear stems are a distinctive sunglass design related to early Giorgio Armani styles, and none are more popular than vintage Giorgio Armani 671 706 sunglasses. The front profile is classic with rounded rectangular lenses measuring approximately 1.875" x 1.25" at the widest points, but then note how the black ebony ear stems proceed to twist and turn down the stem toward the matching black ear pads. Tell Me More
VS2667: Vintage Giorgio Armani 816 020 sunglasses feature a super cool black ebony frame reminiscent of the style of vintage B&L Ray-Ban Wayfarer Dallas sunglasses, a look that goes perfectly with the green Armani mineral glass lenses of the 816 020. It's got more curves than the traditional wayfarer, a sleeker and more elegant look evoking its Italian design heritage. Tell Me More
VS2668: Vintage Giorgio Armani 835 190 sunglasses feature distinctive side protection for your eyes in a unique cupped design, perfect for those who are particularly sensitive to glare or excess light and like the benefits of more completely enclosed sunglasses. The black ebony frame has subtle translucence that brings through some dark hues of maroon for added design flair, and the frame looks great with the high performance green Armani mineral glass lenses. Tell Me More
VS2669: Vintage Giorgio Armani 1520 717 sunglasses feature a subtle wrap design in a sleek matte silver frame, but the real stars of the show are the very hard to find Armani rose lenses, one of the very few frame styles where you'll find a rose lens in vintage Armanis. It's a high performance look that's lightweight yet has all that great Italian design flair to make you stand out in a crowd. Tell Me More
VS2670: Vintage Giorgio Armani 1508 1145 sunglasses are one of the few rimless styles produced by the House of Armani during their golden years of the 1980s and 1990s, and also one of the very few styles to be offered with always highly sought after Armani blue polycarbonate lenses. It's lightweight yet durable, suitable for both formal and casual occasions where they'll be sure to attract attention. Tell Me More
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