Collectible, never used, Louis Feraud "Lerida" French designer frames for women. The frames have a modified cat eye shape and can be worn with or without the removable parrot, which is secured in place with two small screws (as shown in the photos).The photo of the model wearing Lerida is taken from a magazine advertisement from the'80s. The clear and yellow color frames (100 and 105) are adorned with yellow rhinestones at the top. Available in Marble Burgundy (color 47), Clear & Yellow with a yellow, white, and black parrot (color 100), and Clear & Yellow with a black, gray and white parrot (color 105). All of the parrots have rhinestone detail.
These frames are truly priceless for any lover of French couture. Dimensions- lens width: 56 mm; lens height: 37 mm; bridge: 14 mm; temple: 140 mm; total width (front): 130 mm. Frames are meant to be filled with prescription lenses. They come with a new case and instructions for removing the parrot. All of our merchandise is guaranteed authentic.Was born in 1921 in Arles, France. He met Brigitte Bardot in 1953, and after she wore one of his dresses in public, it started a run of. After that, he dressed Brigitte for several of her films. In 1955 he moved to Paris where he opened a ready-to-wear salon.
In 1956 he opened a boutique in Paris for clients including actresses Kim Novak and Ingrid Bergman as well as Danielle Mitterrand, wife of the late French president Francois Mitterrand. Féraud's favorite bird was the parrot, as is evident in this pair of frames and in many of his paintings.
Created several perfumes for the American company Avon and made contributions to the work of other designers, including Daniel Hechter and Jean-Louis Scherrer. This item is in the category "Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Specialty\Vintage\Vintage Accessories\Eyeglasses". The seller is "designeraccessoriesandgifts" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.