OLIVER GOLDSMITH Oliver Goldsmith Square Sunglasses - Brown.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Oliver Goldsmith Square Sunglasses - BrownOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Brown square sunglasses from Oliver Goldsmith. This item comes with a protective case.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Colt 1972 Gold.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Colt 1972 GoldOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Colt (1972) Bold, courageous and fresh – just like a young horse, this classic teardrop aviator screams 1970’s cool. Think leather jackets, think motorbikes, white vest tops and tanned skin; the only thing missing is this frame. Fitted with...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Gopas Got The Blues.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Gopas Got The BluesOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Originally designed in 1972 the Gopas is an adventurous aviator. Gopas are a tribe or caste of fighting kinsmen based in Mumbai, we’re not sure why the frames were named after them, but this is certainly a rebellious frame. With its exaggerated...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Lord 1961 Caramel Split.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Lord 1961 Caramel SplitOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Lord (1961) 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...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fuz 1966 Black & Blue.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fuz 1966 Black & BlueOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: 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...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Lancelot Tortoise Split.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Lancelot Tortoise SplitOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Lancelot (1968). History homework around the kitchen table inspired the name of this elegant frame. Named after the famous Knight of the Round Table.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Yatton 1964 Black Wood.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Yatton 1964 Black WoodOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: The Yatton was named after a visit to this pretty little village (with the same name) in Somerset, England. This geometric gem is striking and quizzical, yet a more understated and softer option to OG Hex.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Norum 1958 Tortoise Tea.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Norum 1958 Tortoise TeaOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: The NORUM (1958) is an OG classic. It was originally introduced to the OG Icons collection in 2005 and was famously worn by Linda Evangelista on the cover of Vogue Italia. Demand for the re-release of this beautiful sunglass was so high that we...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Oops 1973 Blue Tortoise On Ink.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Oops 1973 Blue Tortoise On InkOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: OOPS (1973): The design of the frame made for a happy accident when it came to naming it. The frame, reminiscent of two large OO’s – simply became the OOPS! A lightweight option to the KOKO, it’s a classic 1970’s design.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Oops 1973 Black Wood.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Oops 1973 Black WoodOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: OOPS (1973): The design of the frame made for a happy accident when it came to naming it. The frame, reminiscent of two large OO’s – simply became the OOPS! A lightweight option to the KOKO, it’s a classic 1970’s design.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Oops 1973 Floating Monochrome.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Oops 1973 Floating MonochromeOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: OOPS (1973): The design of the frame made for a happy accident when it came to naming it. The frame, reminiscent of two large OO’s – simply became the OOPS! A lightweight option to the KOKO, it’s a classic 1970’s design.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Dark Tortoiseshell.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Dark TortoiseshellOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Audrey(1963) needs no introduction. Named after the late great Hepburn, Oliver Goldsmith designed frames for many of her movies such as Charade, Two for the Road and How to Steal a Million. This frame is a classic large round eye, and one of our...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Wow 1967 Black.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Wow 1967 BlackOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: The WOW is an iconic OG frame from the OG 1967 archive. With its highly unusual flat to 90 degree bend lens curvature it’s a true “Mask” of a frame. Documented well through the late 60’s in fashion press the this is the first time a re-edition has...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Y-Not 1966 Black Wood.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Y-Not 1966 Black WoodOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Y-Not (1966) well why not?!! It’s big and brash, but unbelievably – incredibly wearable. Most recently made famous by Lady Gaga who had owned a vintage pair, these beautiful frames have made their way back into the Oliver Goldsmith collection and...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Moss.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 MossOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Audrey(1963) needs no introduction. Named after the late great Hepburn, Oliver Goldsmith designed frames for many of her movies such as Charade, Two for the Road and How to Steal a Million. This frame is a classic large round eye, and one of our...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Black Plum.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Black PlumOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Audrey (1963) needs no introduction. Named after the late great Hepburn, Oliver Goldsmith designed frames for many of her movies such as Charade, Two for the Road and How to Steal a Million. This frame is a classic large round eye, and one of our...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fuz 1966 Black Forest.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fuz 1966 Black ForestOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: 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...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Tortoise Tea.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Tortoise TeaOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Audrey(1963) needs no introduction. Named after the late great Hepburn, Oliver Goldsmith designed frames for many of her movies such as Charade, Two for the Road and How to Steal a Million. This frame is a classic large round eye, and one of our...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Amber Horizon.OLIVER GOLDSMITH Audrey 1963 Amber HorizonOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Audrey(1963) needs no introduction. Named after the late great Hepburn, Oliver Goldsmith designed frames for many of her movies such as Charade, Two for the Road and How to Steal a Million. This frame is a classic large round eye, and one of our...

OLIVER GOLDSMITH The 2010’S Polished Yellow Gold.OLIVER GOLDSMITH The 2010’S Polished Yellow GoldOLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion.

OLIVER GOLDSMITH Fashion: Eyewear is at a peak of innovation; unique manufacturing techniques and materials allow for any possibility and this frame honours the ‘Future Retro’ theme of the era, where hybrid versions of classics are ubiquitous. Made from nickel silver and...

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