Silhouette’s Inspire Rimless Eyewear Collection

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Inspired by a fresh perspective – Silhouette embarks on an evocative journey through exciting color worlds with the new rimless Inspire collection, brought to you by the Linz-based eyewear manufacturer Silhouette.

The joyful mixture of tones gives the models a particular vivacity, with additional dynamism created through the combination of metal and SPX plastic. They are also refined – with the hinge concealed by the decorative part of the temple. For the Inspire collection, minimalism and ‘less is more’ are the perfect descriptions.

The lens shapes are defined by their size and color, forming exciting contrasts. The 8 models are available in 8 lens shapes and colors, which are in more vibrant tones for the women’s range, and more subdued in the men’s. Adding to the excitement, is the opportunity to enhance the look of your new accessory by choosing a tint for your lenses. With the 10% colored lenses, you will achieve a  fresh look  and a cosmetic  glow on the edges to enhance the shape of your eyewear. Get inspired by INSPIRE.

Models from the Inspire collection will be available at select optical shops starting in August 2017.

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What began in 1964 with a vision – eyewear as an accessory – has today become the world’s leading brand in lightweight quality eyewear: Silhouette. Under this brand, the lightest eyewear in the world is produced in Austria with a great love of detail, crafted mostly by hand in an individualized design using only the best materials and state-of-the-art technologies and exported to 100 countries across the globe. In 1999, Silhouette revolutionized the world of eyewear with Titan Minimal Art weighing just 1.8 grams, with no rims, screws or hinges. Silhouette eyewear has accompanied astronauts into outer space on 35 missions, has traveled around the world with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, and is worn by a number of big names in entertainment, business and politics.

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