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  • Chloe Carlina Round Oversized Sunglasses
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    Chloe Carlina Round Oversized Sunglasses
    Oh so '70s, these oversized Chloe lookers lend instant glamour with transparent frames in a perfectly round silhouette.
  • Chloé 56mm Sunglasses
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    Chloé 56mm Sunglasses
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    Modified butterfly frames take flight with chic translucence on posh Chloé sunglasses detailed with logo temples. 56mm lens width; 17mm bridge width; 115mm temple length. 100% UV protection. Zylonite. By Chloé; imported. Sunglasses Fit Guide
  • Pre-owned Chloé Sunglasses
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    Pre-owned Chloé Sunglasses
    Brown round Chloé sunglasses with silver-tone hardware and 'Chloé' at hinge. Includes original case.
  • Chloe Carlina Round Wire-Frame Sunglasses
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    Chloe Carlina Round Wire-Frame Sunglasses
    ChloeCarlina Round Wire-Frame Sunglasses, Rose GoldDetailsSunglasses by Chloe. Round multi-wire metal frames. Arms with logo detail and enamel earpieces. Silicone nose pads. Gradient lenses. 100% UVA/UVB protection. Made in Italy. Designer About Chloe:In 1952, Gaby Aghion, an Egyptian-born Parisienne and a bohemian spirit founded Chloe. Rejecting the stiff formality of 50s fashion, she created soft, body-conscious fashion from fine fabrics and dubbed it "luxury pret-a-porter. " From the beginning, Chloe has stayed in sync with the youthful, modern, and slightly audacious mood of Paris by hiring and developing new, young talents to design the collections.
  • Pre-owned Chloé Sunglasses
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    Pre-owned Chloé Sunglasses
    Brown Chloé tortoise round frame sunglasses. Includes original case.
  • Chloe Caspia Cat-Eye Sunglasses
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    Chloe Caspia Cat-Eye Sunglasses
    ChloeCaspia Cat-Eye Sunglasses, TortoiseDetailsChloe Caspia-style sunglasses in a retro cat-eye shape. Tortoise acetate frames with gradient lenses, not mirrored or polarized. Thin arms with Chloe logo. 100% UVA/UVB protection. Made in Italy. Designer About Chloe:In 1952, Gaby Aghion, an Egyptian-born Parisienne and a bohemian spirit founded Chloe. Rejecting the stiff formality of 50s fashion, she created soft, body-conscious fashion from fine fabrics and dubbed it "luxury pret-a-porter. " From the beginning, Chloe has stayed in sync with the youthful, modern, and slightly audacious mood of Paris by hiring and developing new, young talents to design the collections.
  • Chloe Marcie Oversized Sunglasses
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    Chloe Marcie Oversized Sunglasses
    ChloeMarcie Oversized Sunglasses, TurtledoveDetailsChloe Marcie-style sunglasses in a vintage oversized shape. Turtledove brown acetate frames feature golden ornamental temples and thin leather arms. Oversized gradient lenses, not mirrored or polarized. Chloe logo on left brow. 100% UVA/UVB protection. Made in Italy. Designer About Chloe:In 1952, Gaby Aghion, an Egyptian-born Parisienne and a bohemian spirit founded Chloe. Rejecting the stiff formality of 50s fashion, she created soft, body-conscious fashion from fine fabrics and dubbed it "luxury pret-a-porter. " From the beginning, Chloe has stayed in sync with the youthful, modern, and slightly audacious mood of Paris by hiring and developing new, young talents to design the collections.
  • Chloe Brunelle Square Sunglasses
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    Chloe Brunelle Square Sunglasses
    ChloeBrunelle Square Sunglasses, Brick DetailsChloe Brunelle-style sunglasses in an oversized square shape. Reddish brown acetate features golden temples. Oversized gradient lenses, not mirrored or polarized. Thin arms with Chloe logo. 100% UVA/UVB protection. Made in Italy. Designer About Chloe:In 1952, Gaby Aghion, an Egyptian-born Parisienne and a bohemian spirit founded Chloe. Rejecting the stiff formality of 50s fashion, she created soft, body-conscious fashion from fine fabrics and dubbed it "luxury pret-a-porter. " From the beginning, Chloe has stayed in sync with the youthful, modern, and slightly audacious mood of Paris by hiring and developing new, young talents to design the collections.
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