After a decade, Randolph tapped into the archives to revisit the Randolph Invader - an acetate frame that, in collaboration with The Brooklyn Circus, was re-engineered as the Randolph P-51. The new silhouette is named for the U.S. Army Air Corps plane that the Haitian Tuskegee Airmen piloted and incorporates design elements that honor their service. The five-barrel hinge MiUSA acetate frame features a custom, hand-drawn sky and cloud motif etched on the core wire. Additional details include a Gunmetal post shape inspired by the U.S. Army Air Corps emblem. The P-51 comes with a co-branded cleaning cloth, off-white silk scarf, a cognac case with the design specifications for the P-51, and The Brooklyn Circus rich cranberry collector's box featuring The Brooklyn Circus elephant logo.
- Designed & Handcrafted in the USA in over 200 steps.
- Includes cleaning cloth, scarf, case, and collector's box.