CUTLER & GROSS 'Melb' glasses - Cutler and Gross
  • Tom Ford Rectangular Cat Eye Optical Frames
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    Sate your retro obsession with these rectangular cat eye specs from Tom Ford. Made in Italy. Rx-able. Shiny black or transparent red frames with clear lenses. Signature T detail at temples. 53 Mm lens width.
  • Oliver Peoples Ollie Rounded Clear Fashion Glasses
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    Oliver PeoplesOllie Rounded Clear Fashion Glasses, YellowDetailsOllie style fashion glasses by Oliver Peoples.Lightweight, transparent acetate frames.Frames will arrive with Oliver Peoples embossed clear demo lenses. Replacement is suggested.Embossed logo temple tip plaque assures authenticity.Logo engraved core wire.Eye/bridge/temples (in mm): 49/18/140.Imported.Designer About Oliver Peoples:Optician and designer Larry Leight founded Oliver Peoples in 1986. Today, the distinctive line is heralded for its exceptional quality and vintage-inspired styles. The lack of discernible logo emphasizes the beauty of the frame, and the discreet branding means being recognizable only to those 'in the know,' making Oliver Peoples the choice of many Hollywood elite.
  • Wildfox Catfarer Spectacle Glasses - Crystal/Demo
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    Wildfox fashion glasses with transparent plastic frames. Case and cleaning cloth included. Cateye frame. Non polarized lenses. Imported, China. Measurements Width: 5.5in / 14cm Height: 2in / 5cm Lens Width: 55mm. Available sizes: One Size
  • Garrett Leight Champagne Kinney Optical Glasses
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    See-through acetate optical glasses in champagne. Rounded clear lenses. Five-barrel hinges. Logo stamp at inner temple. Size: 47.21 135. Cured cellulose acetate Imported.
  • PRISM Clear Optical Glasses
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    Clear optical glasses with matte silver tone arms from Disturbing London x Prism, a collaboration between Anna Laub and Tinie Tempah’s brand. Designer logo on right arm. Clear temple tips. Silver hardware throughout. Made in Italy. Comes with black dust bag and black leather case. Available with black or clear frames.
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  • Elizabeth And James Reade Glasses - Caramel Brown
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    Smart Elizabeth and James glasses in transparent plastic frames. Case and cleaning cloth included. Rectangular frames. Non polarized lenses. Imported, China. Measurements Width: 5.25in / 13.5cm Height: 1.75in / 4.5cm Lens Width: 51.0mm. Available sizes: One Size
  • Cutler And Gross Tortoiseshell Acetate Glasses
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    Tortoiseshell acetate glasses from the Cutler and Gross collection. Luxurious eyewear is essential for achieving effortless cool, and these warm tortoiseshell opticals from Cutler and Gross are a failsafe choice. Features: Squared oval lenses. Keyhole bridge. Dimensions: Eye: 4.5cm, Bridge: 1cm, Arm: 14cm.
  • PRISM Dark Tortoiseshell Optical Glasses
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    Dark tortoiseshell optical glasses with matte metal arms from Disturbing London x Prism, a collaboration between Anna Laub and Tinie Tempah’s brand. Designer logo on right arm. Tortoiseshell temple tips. Silver hardware throughout. Made in Italy. Comes with black dust bag and black leather case.
  • Cutler & Gross Rectangle Frame Glasses
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    Black and clear rectangle frame glasses from Cutler & Gross featuring clear lenses and silver-tone dots at the temples. Comes with case. Unisex.
  • PRISM Matte Camouflage Optical Glasses
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    Matte camouflage optical glasses with matte black metal arms from Disturbing London x Prism, a collaboration between Anna Laub and Tinie Tempah’s brand. Designer logo on right arm. Camouflage temple tips. Silver hardware throughout. Made in Italy. Comes with black dust bag and black leather case.
  • Cutler & Gross Wayfarer Frame Glasses
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    Brown tortoise shell tone wayfarer frame glasses from Cutler & Gross featuring lenses which can be adapted to suit all prescriptions, curved arms and a black logo embossed hard case.
  • Stella McCartney Square Acetate Fashion Glasses
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    Stella McCartneySquare Acetate Fashion Glasses, BlackDetailsSquare acetate glasses by Stella McCartney.Clear lenses (non-optical; replacement is suggested).Keyhole nose bridge.Metal Stella McCartney logo detail on thin arms.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Cutler & Gross Wayfarer Glasses
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    Brown wayfarer glasses from Cutler & Gross featuring lenses which can be adapted to suit all prescriptions, curved arms and a black logo embossed hard case.
  • Stella McCartney Thick Square Acetate Fashion Glasses
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    Stella McCartneyThick Square Acetate Fashion Glasses, Dark TortoiseDetailsSquared, thick tortoise acetate glasses by Stella McCartney.Clear lenses (non-optical; replacement is suggested).Keyhole nose bridge.Metal Stella McCartney logo detail on thin arms.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Cutler & Gross Oval Glasses
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    Grey marble oval glasses from Cutler & Gross featuring lenses which can be adapted to suit all prescriptions, curved arms and a black logo embossed hard case.
  • Stella McCartney Square Acetate Fashion Glasses
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    Stella McCartneySquare Acetate Fashion Glasses, Dark TortoiseDetailsSquare, tortoise acetate glasses by Stella McCartney.Clear lenses (non-optical; replacement is suggested).Keyhole nose bridge.Metal Stella McCartney logo detail on thin arms.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Cutler & Gross Round Glasses
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    Grey round glasses from Cutler & Gross. Can be adapted to fit with any type of prescription lenses. Measurements: lens 48mm bridge 17mm.
  • Tory Burch Fretwork Glasses
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    Based on the decorative, open fretwork that’s a signature of our design and our new beauty collection the Fretwork Glasses feature a graphic geometric pattern at each temple. Designed in a classic, flattering rectangle shape, this lightweight frame lends polish and sophistication to any look. Includes a protective orange case made from the highest-quality, scratch-resistant Italian leather. Plastic & metal frame.
  • Cutler & Gross Optical Glasses
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    Tortoise shell tone optical glasses from Cutler & Gross featuring circle frames and adaptable lenses to fit with any type of prescription. Measurements: lens 48mm bridge 19mm.
  • Stella McCartney Thick Square Acetate Fashion Glasses
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    Stella McCartneyThick Square Acetate Fashion Glasses, BrownDetailsSquared, thick acetate glasses by Stella McCartney.Clear lenses (non-optical; replacement is suggested).Keyhole nose bridge.Metal Stella McCartney logo detail on thin arms.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Cutler & Gross Optical Lenses
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    Red optical lenses from Cutler & Gross featuring cat eye frames and non-prescription lenses which can be adapted to fit with any type of prescription lenses. Measurements: lens 51mm bridge 18mm.
  • Stella McCartney Square Acetate Fashion Glasses
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    Stella McCartneySquare Acetate Fashion Glasses, NudeDetailsSquare acetate glasses by Stella McCartney.Clear lenses (non-optical; replacement is suggested).Keyhole nose bridge.Metal Stella McCartney logo detail on thin arms.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Cutler & Gross Optical Glasses
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    Champagne optical glasses from Cutler & Gross featuring rectangular frames and non-prescription lenses which can be adapted to fit with any type of prescription lenses. Measurements: lens 53mm bridge 17mm.
  • Stella McCartney Square Acetate Fashion Glasses
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    Stella McCartneySquare Acetate Fashion Glasses, Gray TortoiseDetailsSquared tortoise acetate glasses by Stella McCartney.Clear lenses (non-optical; replacement is suggested).Metal Stella McCartney logo detail on thin arms.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Cutler & Gross Optical Lenses
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    Black optical lenses from Cutler & Gross featuring rectangular frames and non-prescription lenses which can be adapted to fit with any type of prescription lenses. Measurements: lens 49mm and bridge 21mm.
  • Stella McCartney Round Acetate Fashion Glasses
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    Stella McCartneyRound Acetate Fashion Glasses, Medium GrayDetailsRound, matte acetate glasses by Stella McCartney.Clear lenses (non-optical; replacement is suggested).Keyhole nose bridge.Metal Stella McCartney logo detail on thin arms.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
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