Cazal
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Glasses by German manufacturer Cazal were considered a sought-after accessory in New York's hip-hop culture of the 1980s. Founded in 1975 by Günther Böttcher and Cari Zalloni, the label relied on frames characterized by their unusual design. Their design followed Zalloni's credo "Cazal glasses must be recognizable from the other side of the street". Image credits: Neue Sammlung Design Museum, Pinakothek der Moderne.
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