KORS sunglasses will go on sales March 3 for the first time since it was founded in 1966.
The iconic sunglasses brand launched its flagship brand, Michael Kans, in 1968 with a range of iconic shades like the blue-green-gold Kors Green-O-Matic, a classic.
In 2016, Kors launched a range that included the blue sunglasses, blue glasses, and a green-blue version, which was discontinued in 2018.
The company is still known for its classic shades, which include the iconic Michael Kons Blue-O, and the classic Michael Kants Gold-O.
Its latest lineup of sunglasses will be available on March 3.
The new line will include shades from Michael Kor, which has become synonymous with the iconic sunglasses.
It is a brand that has a history of success and has had to fight for its identity.
Michael Kors has been the leader in the luxury sunglasses category for the past 30 years, but in 2017, it was acquired by American brand Sunglass Hut, which is now known as LVMH.
The brand has had a very strong run of success, with more than 50 million pairs of sunglasses sold globally.
Kors had a net loss of US$17.4 million in 2017 and the brand saw a 30% drop in sales in 2017.
Its first year in business was a disappointing one, with the brand posting a net profit of US $5.5 million.
In 2018, the brand reported a loss of $6.1 million, while revenue fell 15% to US$27.3 million.