Color: BPS-135B-54/




Channeling the spirit of Pierre Balmain’s legendary mid century Jolie Madame tailoring, the new JOLIE frame is an excellent example of how powerful and immediately recognizable silhouettes have been helping to set the historic house of Balmain apart for over 75 years. Pierre Balmain dared to boldly propose fresh, audacious and feminine designs that forever changed the course of postwar Paris couture—and the JOLIE, with its feminine, extreme cat-eye styling, makes very clear that Olivier Rousteing and the Akoni design team share a dedication to continue building upon that historic legacy. Rousteing notes that the JOLIE is also the perfect reflection of the spirit of the today’s Balmain Army, whose young rebelles embrace their never-too- sugary, never-too-sweet feminine power, as they push back and push forward.


Eye 54mm Bridge 18mm Temple 145mm

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Understanding frame size

Understanding frame measurements is essential for achieving a precise fit tailored to your preferences. Thanks to a standardized system, finding the right size becomes straightforward.

When considering frame measurements, it's important to focus on three key dimensions: lens width, bridge size, and temple length, all measured in millimeters. These measurements ensure a comfortable and proportional fit that complements your unique facial features and style.

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145 mm


40 - 62 MM

This eye measurement is the horizontal width of a single lens. Typically ranging from 40 to 62mm, with the average size of 49 to 51mm. For sunglasses, consider increasing your average by a minimum of two millimeters to account for the larger frames.


14 - 25 MM

The bridge measurement refers to the gap between the two lenses, with sizes ranging from 14 to 24mm and the typical size falling between 18 and 21mm. For those with a narrower bridge, choosing a frame under 20mm is advisable. Frames equipped with nose pads offer adjustability, ensuring a a better and more comfortable fit.


120 - 150 MM

Temple length refers to the length of the arms that stretch towards the ears to hold the frame in place. Consider specific temple lengths if your ear placement significantly deviates from the average.The range is between 120 to 150mm, with the average adult size being between 145 and 148mm.