Timed for the sunglasses season are the highly anticipated premiere collections for ‘Cocoa Mint’ and ‘Jensen’ prescriptive sunwear.
The company’s ‘Zips’ budget eyewear range, which aims to combine fashion, quality and affordability, will exhibit even more choices for practitioners, with over 30 new TR90 and injection plastic models for men, women and children.
Eyespace joint managing directors, Jayne and Julie Abel, said: “Visitors to the show are invited to join us for a drink on our stand while they view our latest product releases, 2016’s lifestyle imagery and video look-books and to take advantage of some simply incredible promotions.”
The ophthalmic frames and sunglasses company now offers over 600 styles across six designer-led brands. ‘Cocoa Mint’ aimed at the contemporary woman, while ‘Louis Marcel’ is a luxurious collection for women in search of “timeless glamour.”
‘Jensen’ is designed to appeal to the modern man, while young trendsetters are the target of the ‘Basebox’ collection, inspired by urban youth culture.
Bringing Americana-inspired style into the children’s practice portfolio, ‘Rock Star’ takes advantage of fun fluorescent hues, HD prints and bright pops of colour.
Eyespace will be on stand L50 at Optrafair. For more information, visit the company’s website.