MODEL: Esprit style
COLORS: Gray, pink, brown, blue
INFO: 800-645-2121, charmant.com/us
2 CLARITI EYEWEAR
MODEL: Konishi style
COLORS: C1 Black, C2 eggplant, C3 brown (all three are gradient colors)
INFO: 800-372-6372, firstname.lastname@example.org
3 Tattoo You
Don Ed Hardy is considered by many to be the “godfather of tattoo.” Over the years, he has helped to make tattoos into high-end art and incorporated traditional Japanese Irezumi style into his tattoo art, making it more vibrant and colorful. Revolution first incorporated the tattoos on the temples of Ed Hardy sunglasses. The latest Ed Hardy Collection is subtle, beautiful, and more whimsical, company representatives say.
INFO: 800-986-0010, revolutioneyewear.com
4 Get the Blues
“Blue Eyebrow” by Face à Face interprets the blue hue, Majorelle. The new subcollection is inspired by the Majorelle Gardens in Marrakesh, company representative note, adding, “this unique color has a very special touch, being both intense and soft, thanks to a slight tone of purple that gives the blue a tender and velvety aspect.” Majorelle is used in sunglass style Madam and ophthalmic style Jodie.
Hilco introduces the new Leader T-Zone Clear Rx sports goggle. The safety eyewear is designed with transparent eyewires to enhance peripheral vision and standard 6-base lens mounting. The features are combined to widen athletes’ viewing field for peak performance on the court or field. Suitable for basketball, tennis, racquetball, squash, and soccer.
INFO: 800-955-6544, hilco.com
6 L’AMY AMERICA
MODEL: Nicole Miller style
COLORS: Matte black/black, matte chocolate brown/brown, matte eggplant/purple
INFO: 800-872-7377, Lamyamerica.com
7 EASTERN STATES EYEWEAR
MODEL: Exces Eyewear
COLORS: Black-turquoise, demi amber-blue, dark navy-lime
INFO: 800-645-3710, eseyewear.com
8 Into the Deep
Koali delves deeper into the mysteries of the ocean with the release of its Coral II concept from Morel.
Like the Coral collection which came before, Coral II is also inspired by the sea anemone. This time around, however, Coral II features straight temples that imitate anemone branches while triplelayered acetate recreates movement and the feeling of volume.
The eyewear design displays a deliberately visible metal core inside the temple that is intended to evoke the structure of coral reef.
Coral II is available with twotoned metal pressed fronts that provide similar depth to the subgrouping’s triple-layered acetate fronts. Styles are available in six shapes—three acetate and three metal models—and offered in a palette of four color combinations per model, suitable for land and sea.
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