Woman's touch added to Stepper frames

Company founder’s daughter mixing in new colours

31 Aug 2015 by Robina Moss

Stepper Eyewear has launched 33 new frames so far this year. The subtle colourations of recent additions are due to the skills of Saskia Stepper, daughter to the founder of the Stepper brand, Hans Stepper. Her influence is evident in almost every new model which the company releases.

The new SI 50081 titanium frame for women (pictured), for example, is offered in a gentle pallet of four colours blue, red, purple and bronze, which would not have been seen on a Stepper frame two years ago.

The new style also features a simplistic, graphic foliage design on the arms and weighs just 10.5g. The limited use of colour upon a metallic base gives the frame a contemporary feel. The simple colouring is complemented with a satin finish.

Richard Crook, managing director of Stepper Eyewear UK, said: “The 'SI 50081' illustrates how Saskia is now taking the frame colouration in a direction that shows modernity, a lightness of touch and a deep understanding of how colours can work together. There is a tangible difference in the colouring of Stepper frames and it’s all for the better.”

For more information, visit the Stepper website.


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