Seraphin is redefining eyewear by adapting the finest elements of luxury eyewear from the past into fresh, contemporary interpretations intended to please the eyewear aspirant with a keen intellectual perception of fashion. Within each frame lies a unique story that exemplifies the characteristics of the model and validates its place in the collection. Each captivating style reflects a celebrated trendsetter of a bygone era through the placement of acute details, rich color and handmade materials.
The Hayes Sun enshrouds one in an air of mystery; perfect for an afternoon tryst, a covert tête-à-tête or a walk on the red carpet. With its graceful sweeping lines, the Hayes is sculpted to enhance the wearer’s features and yet precisely hides one’s flirtatious intent.
Inspired by the bold characters found sailing along the Italian coastline, the Marshall is the standard in men’s vintage sunglasses. Sculpted of Italian acetate, this sleek model puts forth an element of refined power. The angular shape and use of fine materials gives this style a modern flavor.
A showcase quality sunwear style, the Excelsior is an eye-catching model that is reminiscent of the glamour of 1960’s Hollywood. The Excelsior features an oversized, geometric front made of Seraphin’s premium Italian acetate that fits a variety of different personalities. This model is an exquisite style intended to please even the most critical fashionista.
“Seraphin’s Neoclassic Sunwear Collection reflects the growing demand for sophisticated sunwear that challenges the perceptions of vintage eyewear. The use of finely crafted materials such as handmade Mazzucchelli acetate, 100% pure titanium and OBE hinges solidifies Seraphin’s position in an elite class of the finest sunwear in the world.”
Who is a Seraphin Customer?
Seraphin appeals to the romantic hero who yearns for sophisticated luxury, precision handcrafting and classic price points.
How is Seraphin presented?
All Seraphin eyewear styles come with a leather hardcase and micro-fiber cleaning cloth.
Point-of-purchase materials include a Seraphin logo plaque, counter cards and large window banners.
Having started out as a small indipendent line, Ogi Eyewear is currently distributing in Europe, Israel and New Zealand; with an over 40% growth in the last two years, the Company plans to expand its market into more European countries as well as South-East Asia. As a result of its ongoing commitment to customers, Ogi has recently launched an amazing online campaign in order to connect them to the product and to define a clear brand identity: customers are asked to take pictures of themselves wearing their Ogi frames and all these images will be posted on the company website and Facebook page, thus celebrating everyone who actually supports the brand.
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