“With the coming of spring, I am calm again” Composer Gustav Mahler
After a turbulent winter for many, the arrival of spring is welcomed with reawakened hope; longer, warmer days; blooming flowers; and a sense of calm that was so enjoyed by the Austrian-Bohemian composer. Spring blossoms with exciting potential, renewal, fresh concepts, and opportunities. It’s also the season to revamp one’s wardrobe, and the best place to start is with striking new eyewear. This spring trends are vast, with retro, contemporary, oversized, architectural, and graphic selections in mixed color elements and luxurious materials.
Various shades of green herald spring’s arrival and Götti Switzerland captures the mood with two elegant new designs – Molin and Milla. Simplicity and symmetry bond in light and luminous transparent acetate, that gleams with hand polishing. The frame front gracefully sweeps into rounded corners, for a delicate feminine aura with a hint of retro. Molin and Milla are also available in a soft rose-purple gradient and sophisticated brown-mocha gradient.
Geometric silhouettes and unique construction highlight The Cuantica collection by Nina Mûr. The Spanish label produces wooden eyewear from a replanted forest in Finland that is 100% handcrafted in Madrid. The genderless shapes embrace the creed of sustainability as well as quality, style, and innovation.
Streamlined elegance is keynote in the sleek eyewear designs produced by Kirsten and Lars Iversen at Karmoie in Norway. The Nordic environment and their natural surroundings are instrumental in frame shapes like Daisy with its subtle, graceful flow and delicate coloration.
Luca Gnecchi Ruscone’s artful spring eyewear offerings include Cecile, beautifully crafted in crystal pink acetate. Masterful Italian construction is evidenced in the contemporary streamlined shape. The authenticity, precise detailing, and premium materials in every pair of L.G.R. frames is appreciated by royalty, rock stars, and people who value luxurious quality and timelessness.
Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen inspired the gracious “Elements of Art” eyewear collection by Fleye Copenhagen, which is defined by intriguing colors. Thorvaldsen was one of Europe’s most acknowledged 19th-century artists, and FLEYE has captured his art concepts, whilst putting it into present-day context of form, color, and patterns. Christoph is amongst thirteen stunning new styles in the “Elements of Art” range.
Modern retro distinguishes the latest JF Rey collection with assertive shapes with tortoiseshell prints, and distinctive temples accented with a touch of lacquered color, and a cut out on the front. JF1503 exhibits a stylish attitude that captures the spring spirit.
Celebrate spring with its symbolism of starting something new with diverse, distinctive optical designs that radiate magnetic appeal and style.