H.H. Audrey Hepburn sunglasses are among the most iconic pieces of eyewear in history, and they’re now available at a stunning price: $1,999, according to the seller’s website.
Hepburn sunglasses were designed by Audrey’s brother Robert in 1926.
The iconic sunglasses are also one of the few brands that have been used to protect people during nuclear fallout.
They are used in all of Audrey Audley’s films, including the 1967 movie, A Man Called Ray, which is based on her novel.
The brand is a staple of Audley Hepburn’s wardrobe and often featured in the film.
The eyewears feature “Birds of a Feather” logo emblazoned on the back, and the lenses feature a large red dot in the center of the lens.
Audrys sunglasses are sold in a wide variety of colors and shades, including rose gold, burgundy, silver and burgundy with gold details.
A.B.H.’s Audrey Hepburn collection, which includes a variety of eyeglasses, is now available for sale at $1 and up.
The sunglasses have a price of $1.99 each, which can be purchased for $1 on Amazon.