Jil Sander 2009 Holiday Sunglasses

Created alongside Marchon, whom have produced eyewear for the likes of Karl Lagerfeld and Nike,

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Created alongside Marchon, whom have produced eyewear for the likes of Karl Lagerfeld and Nike, Jil Sander unveils the brand’s 2009 Holiday collection of eyewear. The lineup is featured as Jil Sander’s first unisex collection and comes just in time for the gifting giving season. Available now through select Jil Sander stockists.

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