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Audrey Hepburn’s Tiffany Diamond might be priceless, but you can snag her iconic “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” sunglasses for just $94.
Eyewear brand LensDirect recently launched its new “Holly” style, so named after Hepburn’s character, Holly Golightly.
While Oliver Goldsmith designed the Hollywood icon’s tortoiseshell shades for the 1961 film, LensDirect’s more affordable take — available in black, hot pink and, of course, dark tortoise — is practically identical.
“No frame is more memorable than Holly Golightly’s oversized, gently cat’s-eyed sunglasses in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s,’” the product description reads.
“From behind the dark lenses and tortoiseshell frames, Holly moved with nonchalant purpose, revealing only what she wanted us to know. No surprise that film buffs have spent decades debating the meaning of every time she puts them on, takes them off or slides them down for a look that says more than words ever could. Was she keeping the sunlight out or her own brilliance in? Find out for yourself.”
Each pair offers 100% UVA and UVB protection, scratch-resistant lenses and anti-reflective properties — and best of all, the frames are made in Holly Golightly’s hometown of New York.
Shop the luxe frames below.