Think you know everything there is to know about Silhouette’s iconic Titans? Think again. This cover shows the multileveled extent of their legendary frame status.
SILHOUETTE 5438 from Silhouette
High Levels of Consciousness
Give thought to the environment, the inventiveness of new materials and full attention to details. In material matters it ALL matters.
MODO 4085 from Modo
From left: LIGHTS Midwood from Color in Optics; ULTEM MHA014 from Chlogan Eyewear; BMW 6017 from Aspex Eyewear; MA3085 from Menizzi Eyewear; RAY-BAN LightRay 7051 from Luxottica
From left: CINZIA 5038 from Europa International; KONISHI 3655 from Clariti Eyewear; PINGO from l.a.Eyeworks; OWP 1401 from OWP
From left: LULU GUINNESS 771 from Tura; LANVIN 059 from De Rigo Vision
Eyewear masters the mix of colors over all accessories, and ProDesign leads that double eyedentity skill for sure.
ESSENTIAL 3105 from ProDesign Denmark
From left: YOU’S AMSTERDAM 1041 from Ultra Palm Optical; ELIZABETH ARDEN 1153 from Eyewear Designs; FYSH 3544 from WestGroupe
The face front of frames continues to grow statement-wise as eyewear deeply crafts outlines, double textures, contrasting colors and brand-fueled combinations that are both face and front friendly. This particular Converse statement of matte brown to tan perfectly fits the style of the brand’s current shoe crop.
CONVERSE JACK PURCELL P017 UF from Rem Eyewear
A Galaxy of Brilliance
Who says high-tech and high-tech materials cannot be equally elegant? Note here the mix of materials and the swirls of exacting design.
ZAC POSEN Joan Juliet from Kenmark
From left: WOOLRICH 8853 from New York Eye; TEKA 153 from Teka Eyewear; CRUZ I-345 from A&A Optical; TOTALLY RIMLESS 239 from The McGee Group
The Morel of this Story
The suspension of the lens… the tech of the hinge… the feel and function of the material. Morel GETS IT in every manner and matter as demonstrated here and everywear.
LIGHTEC 7746L from Morel
Eye’ll Follow the Sun
Sunwear has become rampant with the hottest tech, shape and material trends, and that evidence is a shining bridge of examples right here as Dior delivers a hingeless temple function and a bold bridge statement.
DIOR HOMME SCALE 1.0 from Sàfilo
From left: CHARMANT Z ZT11771R from Charmant Group; AVAREL from Götti Switzerland; PORT ROYALE COLLECTION TC865 from Silver Dollar Optical
That’s right. REAL feathers embedded right into the zyl of the frame for a color feat that could only take such flight in that Ultimate Accessory of Eyewear.
ÉTÉ LUNETTES Palme Anis from Eastern States Eyewear
From left: FENCELINE from Oakley; STEVE from SALT. Optics; CALVIN KLEIN 5886 from Marchon Eyewear; EVOLUTION 4503 from Altair Eyewear
When LESS Means MORE
The fight for face time gets won with “lite,” and that same subtle approach works as well when it comes to introducing consumers to new shapes and more daring colorations. Aspire to be MORE with the most subtle temper of LESS.
ASPIRE Quick from ClearVision Optical
From left: MONTBLANC 552 from Marcolin USA; KINGSLEY ROWE 6099N from Kingsley Rowe; HOUSE OF CADS 2525 from Bevel Specs; RANDY JACKSON 1062 from Zyloware; SPERRY TOP-SIDER Hilton Head from L’Amy America
Being high-tech, ultra-light and cleverly colored takes full attention. This brand is built on that modern foundation.
INNOTEC Hayden from Ogi Eyewear
The state of metal is beyond healthy these days. Tech is at a peak of performance and function. Lightness is a highlight for virtually any material. The eco-sensitivity is beyond commendable. AND… color reigns supreme. ALL of that bodes VERY well at Lafont.
RESONANCE from Lafont