Designer: Oliver Goldsmith
Lord (1961) This frame was made for Michael Caine for the famous David Bailey shoot in the 60s. Staring intently down the camera lens this image is without a doubt of the most iconic of its time. Needless to say with a photographer as talented as Bailey behind the lens this shot was always going to be captivating and Lord earned its place in the OG: Icons collection thanks to this powerful image.
Squared off acetate sunglasses, featuring star accents at the hinges. 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.
Matte Tortoiseshell Split
Black Quartz - D.Grey Gradient
Matte Tortoiseshell Split - D. Maroon Gradient
- 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)
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