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Friday, 16 May 2014

Orlebar Brown Sunglasses Collection

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Founded in 2007 Orlebar Brown have gained worldwide notoriety for their tailored approach to men’s swimwear. In 2010 the brand extended their range to include a stylish line of resort wear which followed the brands principle of creating stylish yet simple menswear.
Orlebar Brown have now introduced a range of sunglasses which feature Carl Zeiss lenses and are made using the finest construction methods. Each pair exudes understated British style and are the prefect companions whether you are laying on a beach in the Rivera, or just passing time with family on an English summers day.

01 – The Esiri. 
‘Inspired by the timeless aviator style, the Esiri sunglass is available in five eye catching colours. Bold yet understated in design, the Esiri is perfect for those who want to add a dash of colour’.
 £175.00
http://www.orlebarbrown.co.uk/ob-sunglasses


02 – The Beaumont.
'Made from hand crafted semi transparent acetate, the Beaumont exudes style reminiscent of the 1920’s jazz age. Available in four colours, the Beaumont is a classic design that will remain stylish for many years to come’.
£195.00
http://www.orlebarbrown.co.uk/ob-sunglasses

03 – The Zarth.
‘The Wayfarer style of sunglass is an absolute classic which Orlebar Brown have taken to the next level. Featuring cleaner and more subtle lines and available in three colours, the Zarth is an understated sunglass which attracts attention for all the right reasons’.
£195.00
http://www.orlebarbrown.co.uk/ob-sunglasses


04 – The Sorensen.
‘Inspired by the 1970’s Aviator design, the Sorensen Sunglass has a classic retro look which stands out among more contemporary counterparts. Hand crafted using the finest acetate and available in three colours, these sunglasses exude quality and style’.
£195.00
http://www.orlebarbrown.co.uk/ob-sunglasses

Avaliable to purchase from www.orlebarbrown.co.uk
Yours Sincerely
Mr British

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