Michael Kors is a world-renowned, award winning designer of luxury accessories and ready- to-wear. His namesake company, established in 1981, offers glamorous, sophisticated style for the consummate jetsetter. Every new Michael Kors eyewear collection reveals the designer’s unfailing eye for timeless chic.
Frame size is usually defined by lens width, bridge width and temple length. These values are always displayed in that order, in millimeters.
Lens width ( 56 / 15 / 140 / 40 ) (2.20/0.59/5.51/1.57)
Bridge width ( 56 / 15 / 140 / 40 ) (2.20/ 0.59/ 5.51/ 1.57)
Frame width 116 4.57
As a reference, you may want to check the size of your current eyewear, by looking at the inner side of the temple. Should you see a fourth number at the end, this refers to lens height (i.e. 56/15/140/40). (i.e. 56/15/140/40).
0MK1045 56 15 140 40 56 15 140 40
Temple width ( 56 / 15 / 140 / 40 ) ( 2.20 / 0.59 / 5.51 / 1.57 )
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