Oliver Goldsmith Sunglasses and Ted Baker have released a new limited-edition with two women's and two men's shapes - exact replicas of the original Oliver Goldsmith Sunglasses frames worn by iconic cultural figures of the 1960s. From signature styles worn by Jackie Onassis to Michael Caine and even Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, arguably these are some of the most famous pairs of sunglasses ever worn says the British brand of the classic designs. Oliver Goldsmith Sunglasses’ timeless silhouettes are given an injection of colour and personality with signature Ted Baker prints that punctuate the inner frames, celebrating the heartland of the brand and matching back to clothing across its SS22 collections. "As the originators of fashion eyewear, Oliver Goldsmith Sunglasses are intrinsically rooted in British culture and so the opportunity to partner with another likeminded British heritage brand makes perfect sense. For this collection we extensively explored Ted Baker’s design archives and have developed a technique of marrying print to frame which is something we’ve never tried before,' said Claire Goldsmith, Fourth Generation Owner, Oliver Goldsmith Sunglasses. "This unique collaboration marks a coming together of two British style icons – the story of creative vision, statement styling and the joy in storytelling. We’re celebrating prints, shapes, and the best of British quirk," added Anthony Cuthbertson, Global Creative Director, Ted Baker.