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Fuz

 

Designer: Oliver Goldsmith

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Electric Blue/Black

Fuz (1966) British slang for police it takes its place in the OG: Icons line up as it featured in Two for the Road with Audrey Hepburn. In fact all the sunglasses in that film were created by Oliver Goldsmith including the white wrap around frames on the poster. Fuz also appeared on the front cover of Vanity Fair in 1965.

Square acetate sunglasses, featuring straight-back temples. Fitted with an array of lenses colors, offering 100% UV protection. The glasses are finished with the ‘Oliver Goldsmith London' logo and date of original creation, printed in signature on the inverted side of the temple.

These are non-prescription ready-to-wear sunglasses, although the lenses can be made in most prescriptions by us or at your local optical boutique for an additional charge.

FRAME:
Electric Black

LENSES:
Electric Black - D.Grey Gradient

SIZE: 56/20-140

FEATURES:

  • Zyl Acetate Frame
  • Hand Drilled real riveted hinges for strength and durability
  • Zeiss Sola sun lenses provide maximum protection and clarity of vision
  • 100% UV Protected Lenses
  • Manufactured in Italy
  • Shipped with in original packaging (hard black case embossed with the 'OG' logo and cleaning cloth inside)

*For further information on this pair, please email us at info@eyewearbyolga.com

**Please consult our Style Guide for more information on how to choose the frames that suit you best.

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