The true bravura of The Sixty-One is simply revealed not by addition, but by subtraction.
Immortalized in the 1969 film The Italian Job, The Rossano is reborn, combining the handcrafted essence of a luxury timepiece with the precision of distortion-free performance optics.
Seducing the space where two lines meet and once again diverge, the Bikini sunglass broadens every perspective while luxuriating any vista.
A sleeker, lighter weight iteration of the Rossano - the coupé, if you will - the Rosso is back after a 55 year hiatus.
The stunning Seventy-One from 1971 born in the time of change maintaining style with fashion.
A selection of quality cases and prescription lens clips to go with your new pair of Renauld sunglasses
Renauld is extremely proud to present Susan George as Ambassador for our range of eyewear.
Recently found archive images of the legendary Jim Clark wearing the Sixty-Ones.
How the actual Miura from “The Italian Job” found its way into the relaunch of Renauld.
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