Givenchy 7128/S Aviator Sunglasses

Givenchy 7128/S Aviator Sunglasses


Regular price $410.00 Sale price $159.99 Save $250.01

COLOR: Black - Brown Lens

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Frame Measurements

  • Lens Width

    66 mm


    7 mm

    Temple Length

    140 mm


    Aviators are effortlessly cool of all the styles of women’s and men’s designer sunglasses. Sleek and sporty, but sharp enough for any occasion, aviator shades project an easy confidence. These Givenchy 7128/S Aviator Sunglasses are a classic pilot style that gets a luxurious lift, a winning combination of old-school charm and modern elegance.

    • Style: Men’s/Women’s Sunglasses

    • Frame Material: Metal

    • Lens Material: Nylon

    • Color: Black Frame/Brown Lens

    • Shape: Aviator

    • Not Polarized

    • Lens Width: 66 MM 

    • Bridge: 7 MM

    • Temple Length: 140 MM

    The delight is in the dashing details of these designer sunglasses for women and men of discerning taste. The bold double bridge combines a thick upper bar across the mid brow and a lower bridge in thinner wire. Curved metal end pieces lead to sleek, minimal stems that are laser-engraved with the Givenchy logo at each temple.

    Choose from two sharp color ways: these black framed shades featuring steely, titanium-toned frames, warm brown lenses, and a touch of tortoiseshell pattern on the comfort tips and the gold-framed Givenchy aviators have gradient gray lenses and black tips. Even the transparent, adjustable nose pads of these Givenchy shades feature the discreet 4G emblem within.

    About the Designer

    Hubert De Givenchy founded his namesake Haute Couture and Ready-To-Wear House in 1952.
    Upon launching, Givenchy almost immediatley earned a reputation for breaking classic fashion codes. Today, Givenchy remains synonymous with the dual notions of fresh modernity and aristocratic elegance, a tribute to the talent of Monsieur Givenchy and that of his successors, in chronological order: John Galliano, Alexander Mcqueen, Julien Macdonald, Riccardo Tisci and, most recently, Clare Waight Keller. In June 2020, the iconic house inaugurated a fresh chapter in its history by appointing designer Matthew M. Williams as creative director of women’s and men’s collections.