Oliver Peoples

Remick Sunglasses

US $420.00

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Oliver Peoples

Remick Sunglasses

US $420.00

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Rendered in goes-with-everything black or classic tortoise shell with grey-tinted lenses, these brow-bar sunglasses—inspired by Oliver Peoples’ iconic vintage OP-505 style—have a sleek, slim profile, subtly detailed with a metalwork-filigree bridge and beautifully etched temples.

  • Acetate, metal
  • Frame Size: 50mm - 24mm; Temple: 140mm
  • Made in Italy

PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: The eyewear products in this store can expose you to the chemical Nickel (Metallic), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

California Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6

What you probably know: Oliver Peoples is synonymous with effortless cool. What you might not know: Larry Leight based the first collection—back in the late ‘80s—on a pristine estate collection of sunglasses originally owned, as the paperwork suggested, by a guy named Oliver Peoples. All of their sunglasses have a similar backstory, often named for the celebrities who wore them best: for example, the specs Gregory Peck wears for his turn as Atticus Finch in the beloved 1962 screen adaptation of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird.
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