Meret Oppenheim in paper coat and sunglasses designed by herself, 1976. Collection Dominique Bürgi, Switzerland Claude Lê-Ahn, Boulogne Oppenheim worked as a model and as a designer of jewellery and clothes. Some of her designs were sold in the 30ies to the famous Paris designer Elsa Schiaparelli.
Oliver Goldsmith created this glasses frame, titled ‘Polygon’, in 1971, the year that Britain converted its currency to the decimal system. The company registered the design, and received much publicity for its unusual and timely 50-pence shape
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The first ever ski goggles with interchangeable lenses were invented by Carrera in 1974.