Responsible design: tortoise color variations shine

The chic finishes of the most advanced sustainable materials continue to surprise this year. We found three unique turtle-inspired options that we’d be happy to use! In glasses, the elegant tortoise tones are no longer the exclusive preserve of virgin acetate. Forward-thinking eyewear makers who have embraced genuine sustainable materials are creating classic tortoiseshell framesContinue reading

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100% hot pink!

There are many possibilities for this magnificent color in glasses this season… Pink was a striking and stimulating color in the eyewear collections presented at SILMO Paris at the end of September. Variations in hue have been informed by notable flora and fauna, bold fashion and street style trends (Valentino pink), art movementsContinue reading

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Izipizi ‘asleep’ glasses

French reading glasses brand Izipizi has launched glasses with GoodNight© lenses, designed to encourage a good night’s sleep Independent eyewear brand Izipizi (Paris) has launched a collection of glasses called Sleeping, with artificial light-blocking lenses and reactivate melatonin production. The company says that if they are used around two hours beforeContinue reading

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Rolf Spectacles: surface structure in 3D printed glasses

The team behind Tirol-based natural eyewear brand Rolf Spectacles has developed a new textured surface structure for its 3D-printed plant-based eyewear. Rolf Spectacles is pushing for more innovation and design. in 3D-printed sustainable glasses: Their latest addition to 3D-printed plant-based frames is a new surface structure called ‘SubstanceContinue reading

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