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A Tribute to Dark Glasses.

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I think we should have a tribute to sunglasses.











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Where's Karl?
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COOL! GROOVY BABY!
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perhaps not the most flattering picture:




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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by luk-cha
COOL! GROOVY BABY!
I'm sensitive to light so I wear dark glasses most of the time or tinted perscription glasses. The frames are invariably something of a 1960s style like Browlines or vintage Cutler-Gross/Persol-types.
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have you tried or seen kick's original? he makes a lot of sir elton's spec's i am thinking about getting some ic birlin specs they are super light and preety cool i think, but if you like the 60's stly heavy plastic frames then you will love kirk's
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also tom fords range are preety cool too!
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my favorite... classic rayban aviator.
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I couldn't remember the greatest dark glasses in the world, oh no

This is just a tribute.






Sorry just remembered , tortoiseshell Wayfarers.
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LK, I picture you as a sort of "Karl Lagerfeld Junior", a la the cartoon "James Bond Junior". My apologies if you are striving for more of a Jacques Helleu or John Loring look. Of course, we know that Lagerfeld is Hildeetch's most famous client...
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^ remarkably well-preserved!
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