Oliver Goldsmith is the oldest optical boutique in the United Kingdom, best known for its iconic frames on the faces of Grace Kelly and Michael Caine during Hollywood’s most golden era. That timeless style lives on today as Oliver Goldsmith has been commissioned by Japanese fashion designer Daisuke Obana of N.HOOLYWOOD for an extremely limited edition collaboration on one of Goldsmith’s most iconic and celebrated frame designs from the 1960s. The gloss-black keyhole-bridged frame features gold temple rivets, hinges and accents on the inside of the arms. The pair resides well alongside the rest of N.HOOLYWOOD’s Spring 2012 collection. The sunglasses will retail for ¥37,800 JPY (approx. $485 USD) and will be available soon via the N.HOOLYWOOD online store.