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  • Wonderland Mojave Sunglasses - Clear Beach Glass/Black
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    Classic Wonderland sunglasses with a streamlined shape. The colored crystal fronts and contrast arms create a distinctly modern style. Carrying bag included. Square frames. Non polarized lenses. Imported, China. Measurements Width: 6in / 15.0cm Height: 2.25in / 5.5cm Lens Width: 53.0mm. Available sizes: One Size
  • Dita Eclipse Sunglasses - Tokyo Tortoise/Brown To Clear
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    These timeless cat eye sunglasses have subtle metallic shine at the temples. Case and cleaning cloth included. Made in Japan. MEASUREMENTS Width: 6.5in / 16.5cm Height: 2.5in / 6.5cm Lens width: 58mm THIS ITEM CANNOT BE SHIPPED OUTSIDE THE USA. Available sizes: One Size
  • Tom Ford Raquel Sunglasses
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    Ombre frames and open temples lend street-chic style to Tom Ford's oversized shades, proving bigger is better for sunny days. Made in Italy. 100% UV protection. Brown-to-clear ombre frames with light brown gradient lenses. Rose gold detail at temples. Logo at lens corner and end of ear pieces. 63 Mm wide per lens.
  • PRISM Paris tortoiseshell sunglasses
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    Use these Paris sunglasses from Prism to re-energise new season looks. They’re crafted in Italy from cream and black tortoiseshell and feature premium Carl Zeiss tinted lenses. Slip them into the diamond-like clear Perspex case when the sun goes down.
  • Balenciaga Cat-Eye Sunglasses
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    BalenciagaCat-Eye Sunglasses, Amber/Rose GoldDetailsBalenciaga acetate sunglasses feature clear amber cat-eye frames with tortoise arms.Logo temples.Gradient lenses.100% UVA/UVB protection.Made in Italy.Designer About Balenciaga:The first Cristobal Balenciaga house of haute couture was founded in 1919 in San Sebastian, Spain. By 1937, Paris became home to the famed couturier. In 1946, the House of Balenciaga launched its first perfume, and soon it attracted the same acclaim as the famous Balenciaga couture pieces, which are today under the skillful guidance of Creative Director Alexander Wang.
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