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Will the Prada Heritage Cat Eye Sunglasses Become Another Icon?




Thanks to cat eye sunglasses lenses, women have been looking a little more beautiful for over 50 years.  These iconic and brilliantly conceived and designed sunglasses look just as good now as they did when they first caused a stir in the 1950's. Cultural icons ranging from Princess Grace and Audrey Hepburn to Marilyn Monroe have all made the most out of these cat powered shades.

Now, some of today's leading ladies, such as Jessica Alba, are turning to the cool lines and design of the cat eye lenses to help them make the most out of their stunning looks. Like Wayfarer sunglasses, Cat Eye sunglasses are timeless.

Also just like Ray-Ban's Wayfarer sunglasses, Cat Eye sunglasses have stood the test of time and are instantly recognized. Prada yet again leads the way in fashion with a classic Prada Heritage Cat-Eye Sunglass model that is classic, timeless and classy. We think these will be a keeper for anyone who buys them and become quite an icon for years to come.

                                                                                                 Prada Heritage Cat Eye Sunglasses


So if you're investing in these sunglasses for the upcoming summer season or have any other designer frames where you lenses may be scratched or damaged but the frames are still in great shape, turn to us to easily and simply replace your sunglass lenses. We can send you regaular or polarized replacement lenses for free anywhere in the globe. We'll get you new lenses with cat like speed when you need them!




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