This season, the Danish design company MONOQOOL expands its collection with 11 brand new distinctive eyewear models – blending a contemporary minimal style, trendsetting colors, and the ultimate experience of comfort, in each state-of-the-art design.
Panto styles, classic round and rectangular styles, and the addition of more dramatic oversized frames with a clear 1980s aesthetic, MONOQOOL propose shapes and proportions with variety and refinement, and details that bring a special effect (UTOPIA’s ‘grooved’ effect) or a more edgy vibe (WALTZ’s standout nose bridge).
Constructed in advanced mixed materials – durable 3D printed Polyamide for fronts and slender recycled stainless steel for temples, MONOQOOL’s Danish design philosophy adheres to the “less is more” aesthetic and is interpreted to create models with a timeless elegance enhanced by expressive seasonal hues: trendy cloudy pink, as well as subtle tones of deep forest, safari, and ponderosa green, sit alongside a classic palette of heritage red, Atlantic blue and pirate grey. Here are just a few of the new models.
The new campaign “A Day at the Museum” was shot at Glyptoteket, an art and archeological museum in the heart of the city of Copenhagen.
The collection is now available to order from MONOQOOL