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Although Chanel has manufactured a wide range of sunglasses over the years, the basic style associated with the brand remains the same. The Chanel look is both classic and dramatic. Sunglasses tend to be black (both the frame and the lenses), with large lenses and silver hardware. Of course, all feature the Chanel logo.

Some styles are more glamorous, with diamonte logos, and some have different colored lenses and frames, but a pair of Chanel designer sunglasses are always recognizable by their sheer style and quality.

This season, oversized sunglasses have been very much in fashion, and Chanel has found itself once again leading the way with a selection of styles which are up to the minute while still retaining the classic and elegant feel first worn by Coco Chanel herself.


As you’d expect from a high-end designer sunglasses brand, Chanel shades don’t come cheap. You should expect to…

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Eyewear Gallery was established 30 years ago and our office likes to write about many topics that are related to eyecare, glasses and stories that we hope you enjoy. We write about your vision, health and educational facts as well as some fun information. We pride ourselves in medical eyecare and designer eyewear and have received the Peoples Choice Award more than once. We have designer frames such as Lunor, Tiffany, Oliver Peoples and Tom Ford. We also have non designer eyewear and cater to all ages. We stock alot of sunglasses such as Oakley, Wiley X, Costa del Mar, Ray Ban and Maui Jim for sports and outdoor fun. Eyewear Gallery is also known as one of the few Custom Sports Sunglass providers in the USA in both prescription and non prescription. Please visit our website www.EyewearGallery.com Thanks for visiting and following our blogs.
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