Eyespace launches new ophthalmic frame for men

Textured style added to Jensen Eyewear collection, which recently launched sunglasses

28 Jan 2016 by Robina Moss

Eyespace has launched a new ophthalmic frame in its Jensen Eyewear collection for men.

The new men’s frame, ‘JN8838’ (pictured), is designed to add a textured model to the practice portfolio. Featuring a modern grid pattern on the eye front, bridge and sides, the frame represents the designer-led style of the Jensen collection.

The front of the new style is fused with double coloured stainless steel. Colour ‘C1’ is fashionable navy and silver, while ‘C2’ is a classic masculine combination of light and dark gunmetal.

There are now over 45 Jensen Eyewear frames, which are each available in two colours and a selection of sizes, ranging from a compact 50 eye to an ample 60 eye size. Multi-size options are also available.

New to the Jensen brand are an additional 18 sunglasses, which have been created with the brand’s ‘jet-set’ feel in mind.

Predicting future trends in men’s eyewear, Eyespace marketing manager, Nicky Clement, told OT: “Men’s eyewear in 2016 draws on architectural creativity to modernise classic silhouettes. The use of exposed materials and dual-toned palettes will add interest and naturally upgrade style.”
Ms Clement added: “Traditional brow line frames continue to evolve this year, particularly through the use of metallic detailing, confident use of colour – particularly shades of blue – and architecturally-inspired texture and patterns.
“Rounded frames, as seen on celebrities including Orlando Bloom, Ryan Gosling, and Robert Pattinson, will continue to push forward in their popularity, transformed with fashion-forward detailing and the use of modernised materials and finishes.

“Panto eye shapes will be given a 21st Century makeover through brand new acetate materials that provide endless options for contemporary finishes.”

Ms Clement concluded: “For those looking outside the modern retro trend, sleek and slim frames are being presented in a new light. Dynamic colours balance alongside neutral greys, blacks, olives and browns for altogether wearable style that adds effortlessly sporty edge to the most tailored outfit.”

For more information, visit the company’s website.


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