Maison Martin Margiela L'Incognito Sunglasses

In a first for high profile fashion house Maison Martin Margiela, the brand has released their first pair of eyewear in the form of the L’Incognito Sunglasses. In a page out of Geordi LaForge and Star Trek: The Next Generation with the visor steez, the sunglasses feature a large wrap-around frame-less build. Aside from the style seen here, other colorways are also available. Source: SlamJam

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In a first for high profile fashion house Maison Martin Margiela, the brand has released their first pair of eyewear in the form of the L’Incognito Sunglasses. In a page out of Geordi LaForge and Star Trek: The Next Generation with the visor steez, the sunglasses feature a large wrap-around frame-less build. Aside from the style seen here, other colorways are also available.

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