Briefly: This happens to me very often — and I'm sure it happens to you too: I'm watching a movie and one of the characters wears really cool glasses, so I go to google and look for the brand. British opticians Yates and Suddell spare us the work with this neat infographic showing the most iconic movie glasses and their brands.
Neat Infographic Shows Brand And Model Of The Most Iconic Movie Glasses
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