The Porsche Design Studio was established in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1972 by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche,
 grandson of the Porsche founder and designer of the Porsche 911. It was relocated to Zell am See, Austria, in 1974.
The 911 quickly became the very embodiment of the sports car and, like many other items designed by Professor F.A. Porsche, a design classic.
 Porsche has been producing car-related accessories since the 1950s, like luggage series, purses, T-shirts, calendars, model cars and buttons were been offered in the "Porsche Boutique".
In the decades that followed, numerous classic men’s accessories such as watches, eyeglasses, and writing utensils were created and marketed worldwide.
In 1978 Porsche Design presented the spectacles P'8478, one of the most worn sunglasses in the world.
The P'8479 was worn by Yoko Ono on various record covers and magazine covers.
All of the Studio's design eyewear is distinguished by clarity and functionality of form, careful selection of materials,
and high-quality workmanship that combines traditional craftmanship with state-of-the-art technology.
Porsche Sunglasses
Porsche Sunglasses
Porsche Eyeglasses
Porsche Eyeglasses

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