One of two frames that Oliver Peoples features in collaboration with the soloist Japan. Designed by Takahiro Miyashita, the soloist pursues a vintage-inspired aesthetic, with close attention to detail and superior craftsmanship. Offered in four colors with polarized glass lenses, this metal sunglass is a classic, teardrop aviator shape with a plastic top-bar and temples. Featuring the filigree detailing and contrasting color combinations, the soloist teardrop is the perfect complement to its optical partner.
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