While Los Angeles has no shortage of thoroughly iconic landmarks and locales, few locations capture the Southern California city’s essence and lifestyle quite like the Pacific Coast Highway. So, when fellow LA-based fashion labels, Jacques Marie Mage and Nick Fouquet recently decided to collaborate on a limited-edition eyewear collection honoring Los Angeles, the PCH theme was a more than natural fit.
Drawing inspiration from 1970s aviators, the Jacques Marie Mage × Nick Fouquet P.C.H. men’s sunglasses are built around custom 10mm Takiron acetate frames with an engraved wire core that house six base, triple gradient CR39 lenses. Offered in two colors—both of which are limited to only 100 units in total—the glasses also sport a tension-secured hinge with spur-shaped rivets and the company’s signature arrowhead front pins. Top-shelf through and through, the collection also includes a custom-made hat with a silver and turquoise band. Each pair of glasses is also sold with a special hand-finished serial card, custom bandana cleaning cloth, handmade Italian leather glasses pouch, and comes inside a hard-shelled silk fabric-adorned gift box. Limited to 100 units per color, the Jacques Marie Mage × Nick Fouquet P.C.H. Sunglasses are available now with pricing set at $690.
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