Jimmy Choo™ - Tilda/G/S
Tilda/G/S Sunglasses by Jimmy Choo™. Shape: Rectangle / Oversized, Material: Plastic and Metal, Frame Type: Full Rim. Tilda/G/S are available in three different color combinations and sizes. Being the epitome of contemporary chic, the Jimmy Choo sunglasses will surely add an extra dose of glamour to any look. The sexy cut, luxurious design, and superior Italian craftsmanship is that distinguishes Jimmy Choo from other brands in the fashion industry. In addition to extraordinary style, the sunglasses provide a perfect fit and ensure full spectrum UV protection, meaning both 100% UVB and UVA protection.
|Frame Shape||Rectangle / Oversized|
|Frame Material||Plastic and Metal|
|Frame Type||Full Rim|
Jimmy Choo is a world-known luxury brand that specializes in manufacturing of top-of-the-line shoes, fragrances, handbags, and accessories, including sunglasses and eyeglasses. The company was founded in 1996 and traces its origins to a bespoke shoemaker named Jimmy Choo, who has inherited the skill of making quality shoes from his father.
Today, Jimmy Choo is one of the Globe’s most treasured luxury brands creating iconic designs that are meant to stand out and take the world of fashion by storm.
Each product is meticulously crafted to perfection and embodies the luxurious yet playful spirit of the JC brand. Being an icon of accessories, Jimmy Choo offers eyewear that is a perfect choice for those who want to make an effective style statement.
Jimmy Choo is an icon in the high-end fashion world, whose outstanding collections of shoes and accessories are the popular choice for many celebrities including members of the royal family.
SKU1Tilda/G/S 0086JL 60
Color / Lens ColorOpaline Burgundy / Brown Mirror Gradient, Black / Dark Grey Gradient, Dark Havana / Brown SS Gold
Color OptionsDark Havana, Black, Opaline Burgundy
MaterialPlastic and Metal
ShapeRectangle / Oversized
Lenses Color OptionsBrown SS Gold, Dark Grey Gradient, Brown Mirror Gradient
Frame TypeFull Rim
Frame Size Guide: How To Measure Your Eyeglasses
Lens width (mm)
Bridge width (mm)
Temple length (mm)
Often a small square (rather than a dash) will separate the eye size and the bridge size on the frame.