Oliver Goldsmith Koko (1966) - Brown Tortoiseshell
Oliver Goldsmith, founded in London in 1926, didn’t invent sunglasses — but they did make them a fashion accessory. Their signature sunglasses have adorned nearly every major celebrity and style icon from the 50’s onward. Think 20th Century icons such as: Michael Caine, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Sophia Loren, Jackie O, and the list goes on. Today, the legacy set forth way back then is continued through Oliver’s great-granddaughter Claire Goldsmith. The same quality, craftsmanship, and pride in handmade eyewear — One of kind sunglasses that speak not through obnoxious logos, but by the beauty, individuality, and personality in their designs.
Simultaneously chic and bold, the Koko (1966) is an oversized round eye sunglass. Handmade in Italy of thick and substantial acetate, it features wide and unique paddle temples designed to comfortable contour the wearer's head, as well as hand drilled real riveted hinges. From a design aspect this large round eye follows on from the 'Audrey' designed a few years earlier but is bigger and encompasses the comfortable Paddle Temples.
- Handmade in Italy.
- Zeiss Sola Sun Lenses with anti-scratch coating provide maximum protection and clarity of vision.
- Hand drilled real riveted hinges for strength and durability.
- Size: 55-23-140