Persol

Icons PO0649 24/57 Havana with Crystal Brown Lenses Sunglasses

$ 230 40% Off $ 138

Size

  • Product Notes

    Persol's 649 style is a classic piece of design, originally created in 1957 and made famous by Marcello Mastroianni in the 1961 film Divorce, Italian Style. Bridging the gap between casual and formal, these sunglasses look rakish with a suit in town or swimming trunks on the beach. Made in Italy, the frames are crafted from Havana acetate and feature polarised crystal brown lenses with anti-glare treatment.


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  • Materials and Care Notes

    Frame Material: Acetate.

  • Delivery & returns

    This product is in Italy. It will be dispatched in 7-10 working day(s).


    We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.


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The Story

Italian brand Persol is renowned for creating luxury eyewear, thanks to its dedication to craft and innovative design. Its recognisable styles are created, mostly by hand, in the brand’s original factory in Turin, which has been operating for 100 years. As well as sharp designs, Persol’s signature developments, such as The Arrow hinge and Meflecto flex stem, have become a defining characteristic of the eyewear, underpinning the brand’s ethos as well as creating a sense of modesty within the aesthetic. Steve McQueen, Paul Newman and Marcello Mastroianni, all revered for their style nous, wore Persol both in and out of character, exemplifying the brand’s inextricable link to 20th century glamour.



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