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The Sixty One™
The Sixty One™
Renauld Rosso palladium
The Rosso was the precursor to the reknown Mustang in 1964 serving to perfect the now famous Renauld brow band. Very few of these were made and o...
Yves Saint Laurent
A collaboration between the Renauld and Yves Saint Laurent brands gave birth to this magnificent model. First introduced in 1971, they truly exhib...
Made in France between 1964 and 1967 (after which they were discontinued), the International was an exceptionally stylish and distinctive Renauld ...
Less loved than some of the other Renauld models, The Continental was made to the same exacting standards and was a very fine Renauld product. Th...
Sol Amor Suave
This pair of the Sol Amor Suave model date from 1969 and were a departure from the normal metal-rimmed glasses. They have 14ct gold inserts and h...
Simply called 'the Shades', this modified Renauld frame was specifically originated for the fishing market and designed to help anglers better se...
Nicknamed 'the Incredible', not so much for their funky and hippy styling, more because they were a feat of engineering. The hinges and the nose ...
Renauld's best-known sunglass is the Mustang. Immortalized in the opening scenes of 'The Italian Job' (1969). They were actually manufactured bet...
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