With women in mind

Seven for the new season launched by FYSH UK in its ophthalmic collection

13 Oct 2016 by Robina Moss

One of the most colourful of the new styles is ‘F-3559,’ which offers a twist on a retro-inspired design.

To contrast with the oversized eye shape, the ultra-thin, high-density acetate of the frame has multi-colored pastel hues. Capitalising on the current trend of mixed material, a thin, silver metal inlay wraps around the acetate front.

The frame is available in a colour palette of rainbow, green, blue and lavender confetti.

Feminine cat’s-eye style ‘F-3561’ has a baroque pattern on the sides and a scalloped edge for an interesting twist on colour blocking.

The frame’s rich, matt tones on the front are reminiscent of velvet, which is a key fashion trend for this season. ‘F-3561’ is available in cherry orange, violet green, teal rose and black sky.

The new frame, ‘F-3562,’ has been created to amp up the drama of the cat’s eye shape, with a triple laminate acetate and a pressed pattern along the brow and sides. It also features a subtle touch of glitter on the front and sides. The style is available in hues of ombre tangerine, teal, blue and purple.

The centerpiece of the autumn collection is model ‘F-3565,’ also a cat’s eye shape with a modern, angled silhouette. Constructed from translucent acetate interwoven with metallic thread, it mixes subtle luxury with a techno edge.

Each colour has a different pattern that provides a unique look to each model. The colours include crystal gold, silver, rose and black.

WestGroupe vice president of product development, Beverly Suliteanu, told OT: “A key inspiration for the FYSH UK fall 2016 collection came from the innovative and unique ways that individual elements of design can be combined to produce a final result that is interesting, fresh and new.

“Whether it is the mixing of materials, finishes or patterns, the result is a collection of eye-catching styles that are as unique and original as the women who wear them.”

For more information, visit the FYSH UK website.


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