An iconic pair of sunglasses designed by celebrated French fashion designer André Courréges as part of his Space Age collection which appeared on the pages of Harper's Bazaar in 1965, gave birth to this articulated transformation distilling a modern and unexpected construction between past and future, modern and classic. This geometric-shaped frame-within-a-frame construction produces a brow effect thanks to two slender golden metal wires, fused into acetate which simultaneously creates a unique solid surface above the nose bridge, as well as a silhouetted effect below it. Demure golden metal temples provide added sophistication.
- Harper's Bazaar "HB-Zero" sunglasses.
- Designed by André Courréges, from his Space Age Collection.
- Golden metal and acetate.
- 100% UVA/UVB protection.
- Lens/bridge/temple (in mm): 54-19-145.
- Limited Run of 50 Numbered Pieces.
- Made in Italy.