Oliver Goldsmith Eyewear Oliver Goldsmith’s design for this frame was inspired by the French fashion designer Andrés Courregès, who staged a fashion show around this time featuring models wearing white sunglasses with moon-shaped slits. Goldsmith modified the design for this somewhat impractical but distinctive style in 1968.
André Courrèges fururistic fashion designer who launched his ‘Space Age’ collection in 1964. Designed glasses with slits also inspired by the very first sunglasses believed to have been worn by ancient inuits. André Courrèges
Awesome sunglasses very much like ijaaks and more specificaly the ‘Happy Times’ goggles worn by music legend Sun Ra and featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine back in April 19th, 1969. Very cool Check out the iJaak shop for similar eyewear. Sun Ra – Rolling Stone Magazine
Sunglasses as worn by a member of Lords Of Death gang in the 80’s movie Big Trouble In Little China. Check out the iJaak shop for similar eyewear. Sun Ra – Rolling Stone Magazine
Competition winner Jay Brown from California, the man lucky enough to win an amazing pair of SOLID goggles in our first ever ever competition kindly made and sent this photo of his happy self wearing his newly received prize. Congratulations Jay! and thanks for the awesome image! CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE LATEST COMPETITION