FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

Lacrim and the Disco Dancer

October 10, 2014

 

French rapper Lacrim is wearing the Disco Dancer in most scenes of his recent video clip Pocket Coffee, from the album Corleone.

Everybody knows that the main source of inspiration for The Quiet Before is Rock and Roll, but we're flattered that this hip hop stars from the French scene has chosen one of our glasses for its video clip.

The Disco Dancer is an oversized aviator sunglass, inspired by the British sport cars of the 60’s that combines metal and leather.

Each style has, in fact, a leather inserts on the nose bridge that resembles logo shield found on the hood of many vintage cars.

The model Lacrim is wearing is a limited series that features 18k gold plating on the frame and genuine crocodile skin on the nose bridge and temple tips, but the Disco Dancer color range includes a full matte black version with vermillion lamb skin insert and the vintage looking rough silver with black nappa insert.

Like most of our styles, the Disco Dancer glasses lenses by ZEISS


Regardless who you are and what you do for a living, the Disco Dancer is not the right sunglass for you if you want to go unnoticed…

The Quiet Before Disco Dancer Matte Black The Quiet Before Disco Dancer Rough Silver The Quiet Before Disco Dancer Gold Crocodile






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