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VS3511: Vintage Versace S68 55M sunglasses are one of the most purely beautiful designs ever produced during the golden years of Versace when Gianni Versace was still alive and active, combining gold plating and Tortuga along with intricate etching and of course Versace's iconic Medusa head trademark logo. Don't miss the very precise and intricate etching on the gold plated ear stems! Tell Me More

VS3512: Vintage Ray-Ban Bewitching sunglasses are notable for their desirable style and shape, but in the very rare rhinestone Bewitching you take it to the next level. The eye catching Ray-Ban Bewitching frame is distinctively shaped and made even more so with the elaborate rhinestone and inset decorations on both front frame and ear stems, a look that's sure to attract attention and compliments most every time you wear them. Tell Me More

VS3513: Vintage Ray-Ban L9809 Christie sunglasses feature one of the most unique shapes you'll find in vintage Ray-Ban sunglasses, a moderately oversized style that's more popular today than they were when first introduced. You'll also appreciate the Bausch & Lomb Ambermatic lenses, and their photochromatic properties are infused into the glass and not a coating that will wear out or wear off. Tell Me More

VS3514: Vintage Maui Jim MJ-141 Barracuda sunglasses feature a sleek copper frame that combines with tortoise shell ear stems to make them look as good from the sides as the front, all in a style and shape that will remind you of vintage Revos also from this period. Like Revos these very early Maui Jim sunglasses have real mineral glass lenses, not the flimsy and optically inferior polycarbonate lenses of today. Tell Me More

VS3515: Vintage Killer Loop red mirror sunglasses feature a sleek tortoise shell frame reminiscent of Ray-Ban Wayfarers, but nobody is going to confuse this eye catching early Killer Loop design for the more traditional design icon. That being said, these Killer Loop sunglasses date to the very earliest days of the brand when they were in fact owned by Bausch & Lomb which had also developed Ray-Ban from the 1940s until the late 1990s when they sold the company. Tell Me More

VS3516: Cazal 856 244 sunglasses are a design icon of the 1980s, made famous by early rap and hip hop artists who were captivated with Cazal's eye catching and slightly offbeat style for which Cazal founder Cari Zalloni was indisputably famous. Cazal 856 sunglasses are known for their angular shape and mix of colors, and here you get the rare clear lucite frame with red and green accent stripes and gold plated highlights. Tell Me More

VS3517: Vintage Carrera 5700 40 sunglasses from the highly sought after Carrera Boeing Collection feature a sleek, streamlined gold plated frame in an advanced aviator styling that forms the perfect complement for the gradient Carrera optyl high performance lenses. Carrera Boeing Collection sunglasses were produced in only small quantities, a 1980s collaboration between Carrera and Boeing to design and produce high performance eyewear for pilots as well as the fashion conscious public. Tell Me More

VS3518: Vintage Giorgio Armani 657 981 sunglasses are one of the most unique and eye catching styles of sunglasses you'll ever see regardless of manufacturer, with flip up sunglasses permanently affixed to the frame via a hinge that gives you such convenience and style that you have to wonder why more designers haven't incorporated this feature. The sleek industrial look of the perforated copper ear stems rounds out the design, produced in only very small quantities. Tell Me More

VS3519: Vintage Alpina M6 sunglasses pre-date German reunification when West Germany was still separated from East Germany. Without question, they embody high quality German industrial design best known in cars but certainly holding true in vintage German eyewear. The Alpina M6 is the slightly smaller, slightly lower profile cousin of the Alpina M1, with identical design features and construction but perfect for those for whom the oversized M1 is just a bit too large. Tell Me More

VS3520: Vintage Oakley Minute sunglasses feature the eye catching look of the Oakley Gunmetal Minute frame coupled with highly reflective Fire Iridium lenses that will pick up many hues of red and orange out in the sunlight. Oakley Minute sunglasses are a close cousin of the Oakley XX Twenty, but a lot of people prefer the subtle shape difference of the Minute and their inset Oakley O logos on the exterior of both ear stems. Tell Me More

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