Celebrities' style: The Iconic Porsche Design Aviator Sunglasses

The European luxury and lifestyle brand Porsche Design created a unique style icon - the Porsche Design sunglasses P'8478.

As the first Porsche Design spectacles ever, it set a milestone not only in the area of design, but also with its revolutionary interchangeable lens mechanism. Until today, the P'8478 that was sold more than 6 million times, is known around the world. Hardly any other sunglasses have caught the spirit of the times to such a degree - and they are still a must-have and beloved accessory also of international celebrities.


Celebrities' style: The Iconic Porsche Design Aviator Sunglasses


Celebrities' style: The Iconic Porsche Design Aviator Sunglasses


Celebrities' style: The Iconic Porsche Design Aviator Sunglasses


Celebrities' style: The Iconic Porsche Design Aviator Sunglasses


Available in four sizes, the P'8478 is a classic for any face shape.


Celebrities' style: The Iconic Porsche Design Aviator Sunglasses


About Porsche Design:

In 1963, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche designed the legendary Porsche 911. Almost 10 years later he embarked on a mission that is still driving us today - to build a company that takes the spirit of Porsche beyond the automotive, creating a new luxury lifestyle.


1. Usher
2. Kim Kardashian
3.
Khloé Kardashian
4. Blake Lively
5. Porsche Design sunglasses P'8478
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Veselka Petrova

Veselka writes for the menswear section of Be Global Fashion Network. She has a passion for classic men`s elegance and she is keen on giving advices to men in order to look and feel better. She also has interest in the men`s fashion industry and sustainable fashion.


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