Like the actress for which they were named, Jacques Marie Mage’s Seberg Sunglasses are a little bit European yet thoroughly American. Born in a small Iowa town, Jean Seberg married a French man as a young woman and spent the remainder of her life in France. She is best remembered as the leading lady in the 1960 film Breathless – a Jean-Luc Godard “New Wave” classic that was filmed and originally released in France but paid playful homage to the conventions and characters of Hollywood cinema.
The 50’s-inspired silhouette of the Jacques Marie Mage Seberg exhibit a similarly elegant playfulness. Comprised of silver beta titanium hardware with vintage green lenses, these handcrafted sunglasses feature a charcoal antique matte top bar and offer 100-percent protection from ultraviolet light. Key structural details of the Jacques Marie Mage Seberg include custom 4mm rim wire and nose pads with hairline engraving. These shades are limited to 400 pairs.