Graz 2011 Sunglasses

Having grown by leaps and bounds since we last featured their seasonal collection, Australian

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Having grown by leaps and bounds since we last featured their seasonal collection, Australian eyewear brand Graz presents new styles from its lineup for 2011. Consisting of simple yet eccentric models, the collection offers its fair share of rangy looks, with plenty of color options as well as metal and acetate finishes. A look into Graz 2011 is offered below with availability through select brand stockists, including For-Tomorrow.

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