Milan | February 23, 24, 25 2019
French label BAARS Eyewear has announced the release of their innovative Roboter sunglasses, a striking acetate design with a single brow bar. The trend-focused futuristic design features an acetate patented hinge and a dramatic ¾ lens shape with flat top.
BOZ by Jean-François Rey has announced five new models to inspire luxury desires, and made entirely in France. The frames are glamorous, with light and feminine shapes in metal or metal/acetate combinations.
A new campaign by the Paris-based design brand explores the world of fine art and the phenomenon of ‘Synaesthesia’, the ability to mix the senses and taste shapes or hear colours. The campaign is released alongside an eyewear collection that explores new directions in volumes, shapes, materials and textures.
Distinctive features, glitter effects and pastel and powder hues. The new sun and optical collection for S/S 2019 by FURLA, produced by De Rigo, offers statement geometric shapes and models in metal and acetate as well as less usual materials.
ic! berlin has presented its new Cinematik Collection in cooperation with the British illustrator Owen Davey, who has created the artwork for the campaign.
The Barcelona brand Kaleos Eyehunters has presented their new line Space this season, a capsule collection of three futuristic-look models – each produced as a limited edition of 150 pieces.
To expand the fit options within the Original Penguin collection, Kenmark has announced the launch of an Alternative fit concept.
Kirk & Kirk are celebrating 100 years in optics with the launch of the Centena Collection produced in acrylic. The family business started in 1919 when Sidney and Percy Kirk converted a dilapidated sewing machine into a lens cutter.
Marcolin Group have announced their plan for strong growth and organizational strengthening in the Asian market, in response to the renewed growth of the optical and sunglass segments in that area. The first initiatives include expansion of the team as well as an exponential increase in styles and fittings that meet the tastes and needs of consumers in the Far East.
The majestic scenery of the Dolomites offers the inspiration behind Tiziano Tabacchi’s designs for the latest MIC-Made in Cadore Autumn/Winter 2018/19 collection.
Danish eyewear brand ProDesign, part of Design Eyewear Group, has introduced new concepts with fine detailing and rich colours, made to frame ‘the beauty of the eyes’.