An eclectic shape frame defines these sunglasses including a wavy temple. The lightweight feel of the gold metal gives these a warm weather feel.
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Gucci - A New Definition of Luxury
Guccio Gucci, born in 1881, nurtured the desire to combine the skilled Italian craftsmen with the sophisticated and typically English vision of luxury that he had been able to appreciate during his employment at the Savoy Hotel in London.
After working for the Franzi Company in Milan, he founded a leather goods company with a luggage store in Florence in 1921. In the 1930s, his gloves, belts, suitcases and trunks were the exclusive and ideal souvenir of Italy for the ladies of the beautiful international world.
Horse riding items, from which the iconic elements of the clamp and bracket in the 50 shots represented the right mix of detail accuracy and exquisite workmanship.
The autarkic years of the Fascist dictatorship were unscathed, when Gucci's production had to fall back on hemp, on which the diamond, jute and linen motifs were woven, and the brand showed a strong rise, so much so that in 1938 the Roman boutique in Via Condotti was inaugurated.
Buy Gucci glasses here. With a range of eyewear and sunglasses in Rectangular and Rectangular frames, elegant cat eyes or the classic aviator style.
In a style that speaks to the exuberance of the '80s, these tortoiseshell sunglasses have a gold metal Web detail on the frames giving a subtle nod to the House’s heritage.
Care and Details
Tortoiseshell injected frame
Tortoiseshell injected temples with Gucci lettering and enameled Web details on temples and hinges
Solid light yellow lens
100% UVA/UVB protection
Temple length: 140mm; Lens height: 51.6mm; Nose bridge length: 15mm
Frame height: 6.07cm; Frame width: 15.2cm
Made in Italy
663772 J1691 2323