Wearing sunglasses has nothing much to do with the number of hours of sun in Paris or elsewhere. Ever since Henri Verneuil’s Any Number Can Win, we all know that it is recommended to wear sunglasses at night, in the depths of a casino or a hotel suite with nothing else, why not?
Sunglasses designed by optician Nathalie Blanc are made in France, in one of the most prestigious factories founded by Jean Lemperer in the 60s. The acetates, sometimes aged over thirty years to reinforce their solidity, are tumbled and the lenses are also made in France, which is rare enough to be worth mentioning here.
Did you know? When you buy Nathalie Blanc sunglasses, we plant a tree, in France or elsewhere. Soon, we will live in the forest.