Oliver Goldsmith Koko (1966) c.Black Sunglasses
Oliver Goldsmith Koko sunglasses are distinctly retro. With a thick gloss black frame and gray lenses, the round shape is inspired by the extra large styles of the 1960s. KoKo (1966) was named after a gorilla who hit the news for having mastered sign language. Its shape was inspired by the trend for oversized and head-turning sunglasses, with wide, straight paddle temples, From a design aspect, this large round eye follows on from the Audrey designed a few years earlier.
Oliver Goldsmith designer sunglasses are hand-made in Notting Hill, England, with the finest materials. They are known for lasting quality and craftsmanship.
We include an authentic Oliver Goldsmith case to protect the frame.
Frame color: Black
Lens color: Black Gradient
Lens size: 55mm
Bridge size: 23mm
Temple length: 140mm
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