Frames inspired by French fine art

New ophthalmic styles launched in the Bon Vivant collection

23 Nov 2016 by Robina Moss

Ogi Eyewear has launched two new semi-rimless ophthalmic frames in its Bon Vivant collection called ‘Adele’ and ‘Marius.’

The Bon Vivant range is described by the company as “a cosmopolitan collection for the modern trendsetter” and is inspired by French art, architecture and couture style.

The Bon Vivant brand is said to be “committed to designing frames that appeal to connoisseurs of art and aficionados of high fashion.”

‘Adele’ is a feminine semi-rimless combination frame, which has been handcrafted in Italy from stainless steel and Mazzucchelli acetate. Bon Vivant’s signature detailing, a delicate metal trim piece, is visible from the front and profile of the new model, which is available in four colour options.

‘Marius,’ a classic semi-rimless optical frame for the modern cosmopolitan man, is offered in a selection of masculine colour options. It features metal trim detailing on the sides and adjustable nose pads.

For more information, visit the Ogi Eyewear.


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