neubau eyewear’s new optical frame Robin combines the retro panto shape with smart sophistication.
Iconic, eccentric and intellectual – panto-style glasses are a frame with a history, tracing its origins to the culturally roaring 1920s. Regarded as a symbol of individuality and creativity, today they are still a style that is influential and on-trend. Slightly flattened at the top, the round lenses are a hallmark of the panto design. Robin, the new frame model by neubau eyewear, impresses with its update of the throwback look which includes a concealed logo for high-impact style.
Its large, round lenses and sleek frame will not only provide stylishly-clear vision, they are also lightweight and comfortable as the result of the use of sustainable naturalPX. neubau eyewear’s vision of design and technology has been elegantly turned into a reality, giving the Robin model the ultimate retro appeal. The panto celebrated its fashion comeback to the mainstream in the 1960s and has been a firm favorite among eyewear trends ever since. Due to their organic shape, these glasses are suitable for almost every face shape — and in particular give angular faces a softer look. With the colorways maroon matte, silver as well as hazelnut matte, silver and black coal matte, graphite, Robin looks smart and elegant, without being too prim and proper.
The classic design is complemented by smart details and aesthetic subtleties. Robin comes with a logo hinge designed especially by neubau eyewear: the high-quality, integrated logo application made of cool stainless steel can be found on the hinge of the arm. The three-dimensional brand logo is only visible when the glasses are folded, making it an understated, surprising detail. Robin also features the custom-made, branded needle in the arms, which is color-coordinated to the logo in titanium and flexible.
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