Europa Eyewear will introduce ultra-thin acetates into their Scott Harris line under the subcollection SH-UTX. The initial release of SH-UTX, will feature six ultra-thin acetate styles that offer lightweight comfort and the fresh styles, vibrant colors, and premium quality Scott Harris is known for.
“We wanted to create an ultra-thin collection that delivers all of the benefits of acetate, especially the rich colors, but make it more comfortable. Especially now that we are all wearing masks, having a lightweight frame makes a big difference in comfort by the end of the day,” said SH-UTX designer, Nico Roseillier.
Scott Harris UTX combines handmade acetate with high-tech heat compression, resulting in ultra-thin acetate with a higher density than HD acetate options in the market. The resulting material is roughly 50% thinner than traditional acetate. Paired with stainless steel temples, SH UTX looks are lightweight, but heavy on style. Even the embedded
hinge plate carries a peekaboo polka dot or stripe pattern visible through crystal colorways. The embedded hinge boasts a seamless transition from front to temple and is fully adjustable using a two-screw system.
The winter release of the first six styles offers designs for men and women in a wide range of colorways. More SH-UTX style will be added to the line throughout 2021.
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Independent for the independent, since 1977. To this day, Europa Eyewear remains owned and operated by its founding family. The Europa business model is uniquely designed to ensure that like-minded, independent practices remain vital parts of their communities, with the freedom to put patient care above all else. That’s why Europa offers exceptional customer service, industry-leading warranties, and guaranteed sell-through. All 11 brands in their portfolio, including Scott Harris, Cinzia, and the American-made STATE Optical Co. and Alan J Collection have been built independently inside of the optical industry.