Vinyl Factory 1964 has launched four new frames, including two styles that will be exclusively showcased at Opti in Munich (25–27 January).
Frames ‘Mjoll’ and ‘Hughes’ (pictured) will be on display at the German trade show. ‘Mjoll’ is described by the company as “a nod to the psychedelic style of the 1970s.” It is a stainless steel model with coloured lines on the lugs and sides.
Other new styles include ‘Warwick,’ which is a large rectangular-shaped frame made from acetate and is described as “the big pink one” by Vinyl Factory 1964.
The retro panto-shaped ‘Burrows’ frame is a metal style that features a top bar and is available in three colour options.
For further information, visit the Vinyl Factory 1964 website.