December 9, 2016
WRIGHT was named after Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the greatest American architects.
RADIO CITY was named after Radio City Music Hall, one of America’s greatest Art Deco master pieces.
This iconic round frame is all metal construction and it features the original wide rim.
There are two types of color treatments.
(1) Solid metallic colors with hand brushed finish on the rim of which gradually becomes polished on side area.
(2) Two-tone colors with one color on front and the other color on temples.
December 8, 2016
LEMPICKA was named after an Art Deco painter Tamara de Lempicka who was the most fashionable painter of her generation.
LEMPICKA features lightweight titanium front with acetate brow inserts.
Beautifully sculpted thin temples are made of Gum-Titanium, a highly elastic titanium alloy.
December 7, 2016
In the 1930s a new form of jazz emerged. Duke Ellington said “It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing.” The jazz style and the fashion scene of 1930s were inspiration for SWING.
This stylish men’s frame is all metal construction and it features a titanium front with sophisticated brow detailing. The brow parts have a brushed finish and it is accented by polished beveled edges.
The beautifully sculpted temples are made of elastic Gum-Titanium. The temples’ multifaceted design offers a brilliant contrast between the brushed finish surface and the polished beveled edges.