Elvis Vegas by Renauld

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Elvis by Renauld

Renauld and Elvis Presley Enterprises, owner of the Elvis Estate , are proud to announce a collaboration to produce three Special edition sunglasses – to be known as the Elvis 'Tupelo', Elvis 'Vegas' and Elvis 'Memphis'.

Throughout the early Sixties, Elvis was an enthusiastic fan of Renauld and recently several new images have surfaced of him wearing the brand at various filming locations and events.

The corroborated story goes that while filming ‘ Follow that Dream’, in Ocala, Florida, in 1961, Elvis decided he wanted a pair of the new wraparound sunglasses and sent his security to town to buy some. When they returned to say they were sold out, Elvis spied someone wearing the sunglasses in the crowd of 100’s asking for autographs. After a brief negotiation between the owner and the security guard the sunglasses changed hands for $100 and Elvis wore them for at least the next 2 years.

Renauld has collaborated with the owners of the Elvis Presley estate, ABG, in creating the Elvis Edition of the Renauld Sixty One  and its unique leather case.

The Elvis 'Vegas' in 24ct Gold plate with grey lenses and a black leather case and is similarly embossed with Elvis’s signature. Just 150 of these highly coveted glasses will be handcrafted at our exclusive factory in Italy for this season.

Each sunglass comes with a commemorative booklet featuring exclusive images of Elvis wearing the sunglasses. Each model can be ordered with either a 41mm or 45mm depth lens. The 45mm tends to be favoured by our male clients and the 41mm by both male and female.

The Elvis Sunglasses are available for delivery now but will be sold on a first come first serve basis.

ELVIS™ and ELVIS PRESLEY™ are trademarks of ABG EPE IP LLC Rights of Publicity and Persona Rights: Elvis Presley Enterprises, LLC © 2023 ABG EPE IP LLC elvis.com

Elvis Images licenced from the Keith Russell Collection

Sizing Dimensions

Hinge to hinge across the brow bar = 14.1cm 

Arm length from hinge to first arm bend = 8.5cm

Depth of the lens = 4.1cm- 4.5cm from top of the brow bar to the bottom of the lens at the widest point