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collection de lunettes FLEYE Copenhagen 2019

7 juin 2019
New Signature Packshots Ready for Download

Referring to FLEYEs annual campaign, which is dedicated to the « Flowers of Denmark »,  we have been successfully launching our new Signature Collection in Milan last weekend. Signature for SS19 comes in 8 sets in two colours, each consisting of one optical and one sunglasses frame – linked through material, shape and attitude.

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collection de lunettes KOMONO hivers 2018

9 octobre 2018

KOMONO OPTICALS FALL/WINTER 2018

 

 

Blink and you’ll miss it. Breathe and it’s already gone.

The moment that your vision shifts from blurred to sharp, the moment everything comes into focus.

 

KOMONO takes a serene approach to prescription frames for Fall/Winter 2018. Inspired by architectural structures and the ‘less is more’ concept, the new Opticals collection is all about clean lines and design.

 

With a lightweight and minimalist modern aesthetic, the Elementary Collection grows with new stainless steel frames with a bold stripped-back vibe. KOMONO showcases their innovative interpretation of trends and shapes in the brand-new Olivia and Raphaël styles. Other interesting additions are the unisex models Conrad and Yoko, both round frames with strong identity.

 

For those that prefer acetate, the new Opticals collection features gentle colorways like natural and earthy hues that, reflecting the “True Colors” approach to the season, exude calm confidence

 

 

For more information about KOMONO, please visit www.komono.com

 

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collection de lunettes INVU modele 90S Retro

5 septembre 2018
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Zurich, August 2018

 

INVU LAUNCHES 90S RETRO FASHION STYLES
Today’s latest fashion is drawing on several trends from the 1990s. Cargo pants, platform sneakers, overalls and bandanas are all making a comeback. The designers from Swiss Eyewear Group took major inspiration from this period when they designed a series of small INVU ovals, squares and hexagonal stainless steel sunglasses. The highly fashionable candy colored lenses along with matching mirror coatings complete a true and so trendy 90s retro look.
While the styling inspiration is from the 1990s, the technology that went into manufacturing these sunglasses is state-of-the-art. The latest frame materials and Swiss Eyewear Group’s ultra polarized lenses are featured. Retailed at Euro 59, this new array of INVU sunglasses are a true bargain, offering incredible value to consumers around the globe.

To learn more about INVU, visit invueyewear.com or contact us at info@swisseg.com

21 décembre 2017

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FLEYE wins SILMO D’OR
We are so excited to announce that we’ve won the prestigious SILMO d’Or Premiere Classe Special Classe Award in Paris this weekend. Out of all the nominees in all 8 categories, FLEYE Copenhagen was chosen to win the Special « Premiere Classe » award.

The Premiere Classe is a very special award that unites the eyewear world with fashion. This award offers enhanced visibility to the winner who, as well as receiving a SILMO d’Or award, is guaranteed a free booth at the Premiere Classe trade fair for Paris Fashion Week next season.

« We are beyond excited to have been awarded for our work. We are investing a lot of time and effort in the whole process of creating every single frame – from the first inspiration, technical drawings, and innovative solutions to the creation of the overall aesthetics in product and marketing. The Premiere Classe award lifts our brand to a new level. It links us to the international fashion scene, and that is something we are very proud of. » – Annette Estø, Co-founder & Chief Designer

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The winning sunglasses frames, Fox is a round sunglasses frame with an extra dimension, handcrafted from sleek hard density acetate. With a layered construction, Fox combines different geometric shapes, mixing round forms with squared transparent edges to create a look that is both delicate and classy, yet playful and quirky at once.

Designed with a layered construction, we have played with three types of visible layers, combining solid and transparent acetate with sleek beta-titanium by placing different components, colors and textures on top of each other.

Fox comes with AR coated lenses and removable nosepads.

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collection de lunettes BARBERINI SILMO 2017

26 septembre 2017
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BARBERINI EYEWEAR: SILMO 2017 PREVIEW

Sun shines all the year round thanks to the new Barberini Eyewear proposals!

The sunglasses that will be presented at the Paris Exhibition match trendy design with technical excellence, heralding at the same time the birth of Photopolar lenses. These lenses combine polarization and photochromism, two extremely functional characteristics stemming from the R&D of the leading company in the production of optical glass lenses.

These lenses will be available in three versions, one of which is a world premiere, since it ranges from category 3 to 4. The latter category includes the darkest possible lenses, usually used in high mountains or in conditions of very high solar radiation and for this reason forbidden when driving. The peculiarity of these lenses – which is that of remaining clearer inside the car – allows Barberini sunglasses to be worn in this context as well.

Photopolar lenses are matched with both technical frames and lifestyle models.

EXPLORER BR160908: amber shaded blue cat. 3-4 Platinum GlassTM Photopolar lenses which fit into an injected matt black aluminium frame. A sporty and wraparound taste for a more dynamic use.

LUNA BR161105: sapphire shaded grey cat. 2-3 Platinum GlassTM Photopolar lenses which are enhanced by an opaque black acetate frame. Facetted profiles and key-shape bridge.

SATURNO BR160509: shaded gray silver cat. 2-3 Platinum GlassTM Photopolar lenses which are set, as they were jewels, in a metal and matt black acetate frame. Classic drop shape restyled in order to obtain a more contemporary appeal.

Barberini Eyewear sunglasses, 100% made in Italy with the best materials, are designed to highlight the excellent optical quality of glass lenses, all made of Platinum GlassTM, namely the best existing optical glass. Its main features are:.

– chromatic equalization, obtained by the addition of Rare Earth Elements – oxides capable of exalting colours for a perfectly contrasted visual rendering;
– exceptional UV protection that goes beyond the UV100% standard. By definition all our lenses are UV400;

– multilayer anti-reflection;
– oleophobic and hydrophobic treatments.

The collection offers not only polarized and photochromic lenses, but also with infrared (IR) protection. The collection is also available with monofocal or progressive prescription lenses with the widest colour choice in the market.

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For any further information: http://barberinieyewear.it

collection de lunettes BLACKFIN SILMO 2017

12 septembre 2017

BLACKFIN – AVANT-PREMIÈRE SILMO 2017

Agordo, 21 août 2017 – Blackfin anticipe l’automne avec une nouvelle collection où l’ADN de la marque prend vie dans des montures d’une grande personnalité : des lignes définies par des codes de style qui racontent l’histoire de cette marque de lunettes en titane, une histoire de passion, de qualité, de personnes et de lieux, résumée dans le concept de neomadeinitaly qui représente l’identité de l’entreprise.
Parmi les nouveautés, la coloration des faces, comme dans le modèle Pleasant Bay BF797 : cette monture de vue est la première à avoir une subdivision particulière de la couleur à 45° sur la face. Un design net et rigoureux sur la partie haute et de grands verres à la ligne adoucie créent un look très actuel et tendance. Les larges portions brillantes sur les cercles sont mises en évidence par les couleurs originales jaune soufre ou blanc nuage avec des détails en titane brillant, et noir mat avec des détails gris aile de mouette.
Les lunettes Blackfin sont entièrement conçues, dessinées et produites en Italie par Blackfin.
Si le Fabriqué en Italie est un point ferme, le neomadeinitaly est notre point fort. L’héritage du passé et le respect pour la beauté qui nous entoure gouvernent notre éthique. Toutes les lunettes Blackfin sont réalisées avec le Titane le plus pur au monde à travers un processus de production qui, pour nous, est un véritable rite.


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collection de lunettes XAVIER GARCIA 2016

28 novembre 2016

XAVIER GARCIA
NEW SKINS MODELS WITH A RETRO LOOK

Xavier Garcia for Autumn-Winter 2016-17 adds three new designs to the SKIN collection. The metal family Structures continues to experiment and complete the offer with new vintage styles and retro moods: metal foils called « skins » create unique designs that are full of character and energy.
The Structures family – inspired by minimalist architecture – is expanding with the models JANET, JOANA and LAREDO.

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JANET is diligent and refined. She stands out for her energetic high-heeled stride and the gentle scent of exotic flowers and spices that wafts behind her as she passes by. She never takes the lift (this is her secret way of staying in shape). A 50s-style cat-eye (Ø54) shape with the half rim that makes the model light while the low-rising frame allows the “skins” at the top to highlight her expressive eyebrows.

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JOANA is her opposite: punctilious and generous. She loves entertaining guests and everyone knows she makes a great hostess. She treasures the dozens of skirts in her wardrobe, painstakingly mixing and matching them every day. Her greatest indulgence: carrot cake. A shape that combine design large round rims (Ø52) where the outer “skin” emphasises the top of the frame, making it big, slightly feline and with a distinctly retro styling.

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The latest model LAREDO is robust and peace-loving. He looks tough on the outside, but is soft and gentle on the inside. His broad vocabulary reveals his passion for knowledge. He is a jazz lover and enjoys watching black and white movies. Characterized by the large rectangular shape (Ø57) where the “skins” reinvent the classic design of JFK-style combination glasses.
Xavier Garcia collections express traditional values blended with elements of contemporary style; in fact, the brand sculpts and remodels the eyewear classic shapes with modern technologies and workmanship. Wearability, colours, subtle nuances, deconstruction and reconstruction are some of the key words associated with the Spanish brand.

Each piece of eyewear becomes a piece of art, set apart by artistic experimentation with size and proportions. All the creations by Xavier Garcia are eminently comfortable; they fit in with urban life, are unmistakable and always sure to turn heads.

Xavier Garcia – Character Barcelona.
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collection de lunettes BUDRI EYEWEAR 2016

18 novembre 2016

“THE LIGHTNESS OF WEIGHT”
BUDRI PRESENTED ITS REVOLUTIONARY COLLECTION OF MARBLE EYEWEAR AT SILMO 2016

October 2016 – Budri, the leading Italian company worldwide renowned for its original marble craftsmanship, launched at Silmo its first eyewear line. A tribute to lightness and a pioneering development in the use of marble: this rare, exquisite material becomes a wafer-thin surface, shaped by skilled craftsmanship and fine technologies to create a luxury eyewear collection with a perfect fit.

The original, unconventional idea came about, almost by magic, in August 2011 in the Budri atelier during the production of Nat|f|Use – the collection created in collaboration with the designer Patricia Urquiola. A piece of marble was dropped by accident and the shape of the resulting fragment resembled a pair of glasses. This heralded the start of an increasingly ambitious, bold and sensational challenge: to forge marble into a wearable accessory and to make it technically suited to accommodating plano and corrective lenses.

Budri presented the first prototypes early in 2014, making it the precursor of a trend in the eyewear industry, which is increasingly turning its attention to the potential use of unusual, innovative materials. In the same year a devastating earthquake struck the entire district to the north of Modena, delaying the project that had been enthusiastically promoted and supported by Gianmarco Budri. In the months that followed he therefore devoted his energy to rebuilding the company and getting the eyewear project back on track, combining Budri’s outstanding workmanship with the know-how and genius of designer Valerio Cometti, as well as the expertise of some of the biggest names in the eyewear industry.

After two years of painstaking research, culminating in the in-house development of a specific production technology, Budri launches its exclusive and revolutionary collection of prescription and sun eyewear created in marble, onyx and semi-precious stones.
Each frame is made from a single slab of stone, meticulously selected directly in the quarry and analysed with the aid of a next-generation scanner in the Budri workshop. The selected portion of marble undergoes a sophisticated milling-cutting process to produce a solid convex piece, from which the shape of the glasses frame is cut.

The next phase is the shaping of the front and the temples, which are both assembled with a specially developed carbon fibre core. Once the lens housing has been created and optimised, the production process is completed with a logo applied to temples, finished with resin coating then assembly with high-precision torx screws, traditionally used in high-end watchmaking, and finally a special nanotechnology coating that makes the surface antibacterial and oleophobic.

The Budri Eyewear Collection comprises five models whose names are a clear tribute to the art of Italian sculpture and its greatest exponents: Donatello, Bernini, Michelangelo, Canova and Palladio.
Proposed in nine varieties of marble from the world’s finest quarries, including Amazonite from Patagonia, Portoro from the gulf of La Spezia and precious Lapis Lazuli from South Africa, the five shapes are available in the sunglasses version and two are also available in a prescription version.

The creations take inspiration from classic, iconic eyewear models: the aviator style, the cat’s-eye model outlined by ’50s divas, the square model with keyhole bridge, the round shape and the mask model are all creatively reinterpreted in marble. Each model can be uniquely personalised thanks to a range of exclusive finishes – Brillante for a glossy effect, Seta for a matte version and Tempo for an intriguing textured effect – coupled with the luxury small hardware made in the four nuances of matte black (black PVD), yellow gold, rose gold and platinum.

The sunglasses offering is completed with a distinctive range of lenses of a superior optical quality that guarantee outstanding performance, like NXT photochromics and ultra-trendy lenses in multicoloured nylon which pair beautifully with the different shades of marble.

Every Budri Eyewear model encapsulates Italian manufacturing excellence, the precision of the company’s masters of inlay and technological innovation, which characterise production procedures and finishing. A designer object that represents know-how, an age-old art and skill that are so significant as to transcend fashion and trends.

nouvelle collection de lunettes MYWOODI

30 juin 2015

MyWoodi, wooden eyewear for everyone.

Manufactured in Italy, using wood from around the world,
MyWoodi eyewear features a clean, linear style that is ultra-modern and extremely cool.
The light, playful and totally tasteful wooden eyewear is priced aggressively, placing it within range of everyone’s budget.
Featured in the first collection are 12 styles – 5 sun wear and 7 vision wear –
in 6 different types of wood and colors.
Composed of eight layers of wood, their exciting chromatic nuances are fresh and fashionable.
Sixty processing phases, 15 of which are carried out by hand, yield a feather-light product that weighs in at
13 grams (less than half an ounce).
An invisible side hinge completes the whole.

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MyWoodi, wooden eyewear for everyone. MyWoodi is part of WooDone Eyewear.

nouvelle collection de lunettes par MARIMEKKO

22 juin 2015

The Finnish fashion and design house Marimekko is launching an eyewear collection together with the leading eyewear designer and distributor Mondottica. The first optical products of the new eyewear collection, conceived and developed by Mondottica in collaboration with the Marimekko design team, will first hit the Finnish market in August 2015 gearing up to the global launch of the whole collection including also sunglasses at the end of 2015. When Marimekko was founded in 1951, its bold colours and unconventional prints gave the company a strong and unique identity. Marimekko’s courageous, positive and empowering way of life is translated into the eyewear collection through selected classic prints and a unique colour palette celebrating the company’s art of print making. The love of nature has inspired brushed wood effect finishing, while Marimekko’s timeless dialogue between colours comes alive through the play of contrasts with palettes and materials. Headquartered in Hong Kong with offices all over the globe, Mondottica has a long experience in working with different brands translating their design heritage to unique eyewear. In the new Marimekko eyewear collection, Mondottica has used its vast expertise to include the combination of unique materials and techniques matched with carefully crafted details. From shiny and brush finishes of handmade acetates and stainless steel metals each product has been designed to epitomise Marimekko’s joy of life.

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