Orange Eyewear, which specialises in spectacles frames for the independent sector, has bolstered its popular French range, Guy Laroche, with a string of new designs.
The collection was created as an alternative for independent practices to other mainstream designer brands.
Managing director of Orange Eyewear, Hanna Nussbaum, said: “It’s exciting to be working with such an iconic fashion brand as Guy Laroche from which the eye-catching designs are proving very popular.”
Among the new designs is the women’s acetate model ‘GL76256,’ with a retro eye-shape and contrasting pastel acetate sides. The mazucchelli acetate features a three-dimensional marble pattern with subtle branding on the sides.
The new style is available in size 53 x 16 x 135mm and in three colours, crimson, rose mottle and black/cream.
Also for women is the frame ‘GL76254’ which offers a cats-eye shape in two-tone mazzuchelli acetate. Featuring a block colour front and candy coloured marble pattern interior, it flows into satin stainless steel sides with a subtle lazered logo, and is finished with matching acetate tips.
The frame is available in three colour options, purple/turquoise, brown/purple and coral/turquoise with a size of 52 x 16 x 135mm.
For men, one of the new releases is the ‘GL76245’ model is a strong acetate frame shape. It features classic colour combinations of black, black/Havana and light brown mottle/brown Havana and is available in 54 x 18 x 140mm.
For more information, visit the Orange Eyewear website.