Based on glasses designed by Le Corbusier, these re-editions have been produced by Lesca since 1979. Their unique lines and volumes exemplify Lesca's style and French eyewear features in general.
These sunglasses are large and sculpted - there is a real 3D flow to the way the frame runs out and round the bridge, before curving back again. That movement, together with the high contrast tortoiseshell shape, lend a lot of character to what are otherwise very classic sunglasses. (see all of Simon Crompton's picks here)