Eyewear technology blossoms with roses

Okia Optical uses its state-of-the-art techniques to add high-definition floral detailing to its sunglasses

27 Oct 2016 by Robina Moss

Okia Optical has taken the fashion trend for dark florals this season into its sunglasses with the launch of its new HDA collection, ‘Secret Garden.’

The company has applied its high-definition ‘HDA Technology’ to add rose decorations to its prototype acetate sunglasses. The prototype style has been created to show what the technology can do now as it celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.

Laminated inside the new acetate frames are 3D blocks of high-definition colour and sparkling solid materials to strengthen the feeling of gradient colours.

The bold colour contrast is designed to highlight the rose details and is said by the company to make each decoration more realistic.

Okia’s head of product design and development, Irise Tai, told OT: “Flower inspiration is an endless trend that dominates catwalks every season. That is why we have decided to develop the ‘Secret Garden’ collection, which follows this popular trend taking inspiration from the beauty of flowers and the enchanting meaning hidden behind them.”

Ms Tai added: “Thanks to the application of our patented HDA Technology and 3D blocks, we have created a refined proposal of unique frames that aim to express the natural feeling and magic of blossoms.”

Ophthalmic styles and other flowers can be produced by Okia Optical according to the customer’s requirements.

For more information, visit the Okia website.


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