ADD EXTRA LENSES
Add an extra pair of UV or prescription lenses with your vintage frame. We will custom cut these lenses and fit them for free, and you'll also receive the original lenses (as pictured) too!
- Go for a classic 1950s housewife look in these late 80s Christian Dior frames.
- Made from a tortoiseshell Optyl acetate.
- Ready to fit with our prescription lenses.
*Please note custom UV and prescription lensing costs are non-refundable as these are custom orders on request. We will refund the value of lenses as a store credit if returned.
- Brand: Christian Dior
- Model Number: 2649 11
- Origin: Germany
- Decade: 1980s
- Current Lenses: Demo Lenses
Dior was the first major fashion house to make the transition into eyewear with the original frames being made under licence in the 1950s by Tura. The eponymous CD branding was amongst the first uses of clear logo branding within the fashion industry. The Christian Dior oversized frames, designed over the 70s and 80s, have been much imitated over the years but rarely surpassed. Pick up a pair of flawless Christian Dior shades from our collection today, we guarantee you won't be disappointed.
All vintage sunglasses and vintage optical glasses sold by Ed & Sarna Vintage Eyewear are NOS (New Old Stock) – genuine unworn frames of times past. You will receive the actual frame pictured above so take a good look through all of our images and if you have any queries just let us know. To keep your purchase protected all of our frames are supplied with an Ed & Sarna branded lens cloth and case.
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