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Manhattan 1960 Black

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£337

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Manhattan 1960 Black

Online Exclusive

£337

The Manhattan is the replica of the beautiful sunglasses famously worn by Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in Truman Capote’s ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
While your sunglasses have been designed and manufactured under the highest quality standards in the industry, it is important that they are properly cared for. If you follow these simple guidelines, your sunglasses should provide you with many years of enjoyment.

1.Clean your lenses regularly with a clean cotton cloth using mild soap and water.

a.Place lenses under warm running water to remove particles of dirt and dust.

b.Dry gently with a clean cotton cloth.

c.Do not use dirty or abrasive cloths which could alter the feature of their filters

2.Never loosen or remove any of the screws.

3.Avoid extreme conditions of heat and cold, like the dashboard of your car.

4.Keep your sunglasses in their protective case when they are not being worn.

5.Never lay the lenses face down on a hard surface.
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  • Free delivery to our stores in London or New York

  • Free returns within 14 days, collection arranged by us.
  • Extended Christmas returns until 7 Jan
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  • Price match guarantee
  • If you find an item cheaper elsewhere we will match the price
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Meet The Designer

Think 20th Century icons. Grace Kelly. Peter Sellers. Michael Caine in his signature black spectacles. Audrey Hepburn in the big white glasses that framed her elfin face. Iconic style makers - Givenchy, Dior and Vidal Sassoon. Think cult films of the fifties & sixties, The Ipcress File, Harry Palmer, Charade and Two for the Road. They've all got one thing in common. Oliver Goldsmith. In the second half of last century, when it came to eyewear, OG was synonymous with stars and style.​

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