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Nonno Sunglasses

SKU# PL16C5SUN

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$295.00
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These Phillip Lim sunglasses are aviators with a feminine touch.
Frosted acetate frame
Available in Salmon
estimated delivery date

August 9 - August 16

With free ground shipping.
Faster shipping methods also available.

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These Phillip Lim sunglasses are aviators with a feminine touch.
Frosted acetate frame
Available in Salmon

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3.1 Phillip Lim is urban city girl meets feminine minimalism. Fused together by clean lines, unique fabrics, and modern tones, Lim's brand of classic silhouettes with an updated twist resonates beautifully with the contemporary lover.

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