|Manufacturer||Les Fils d'Aimé Lamy|
|Technical||Acetate, massive 3-barrels rivet hinges|
|Digging Type||Kinda door-to-door|
Manufactured in the 60s by Fidela for Pierre Marly, these oversized glasses were probably never delivered, so never got to be named after Marly or Hepburn, as they really should've.
At first glance, what’s remarkable is their streamlined edges and the boldness of their dark acetate. With a closer look, we quickly knew this frame was legendary.
Archive: Audrey Hepburn wearing the tailor-made model designed by Marly in Charade, a 1963 American romantic comedy directed by Stanley Donen.