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FUZ (1966)

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1966 was a magnificent design year for Oliver Goldsmith.  The Fuz, Y-Not and Koko – some of our most iconic shapes were all designed during this year.

The oversized rectangular shaping of the Fuz is characteristic of the era.  The front features bevelled edges and archetypal paddle temples with the original production date embossed on the inside.

Designed in London during the ‘swinging sixties’ but handmade today in Italy using the finest cotton acetate and premium grade UVA/UVB sun lenses, the Fuz remains as popular today as it was back in 1966.

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Fuz (1966) British slang for police it takes its place in the OG: Icons line up as it featured in Two for the Road with Audrey Hepburn. In fact all the sunglasses in that film were created by Oliver Goldsmith including the white wrap around frames on the poster. Fuz also appeared on the front cover of Vanity Fair in 1965. 56☐20-140