- auburn brown
- tortoiseshell effect
- logo plaque at the arm
- square frame
- grey tinted lenses
- These glasses come with a protective case.
Made in Italy
Brand style ID: BB0216S
Highlights auburn brown tortoiseshell effect logo plaque at the arm square frame grey tinted lenses These glasses come with a protective case. Made in Italy Composition Acetate 100% Brand style ID: BB0216S... Read more
Made in Italy
Brand style ID: BB0216S
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