Optometrist and lifestyle blogger, Lizzy Yeowart, takes a look at double detailing
At 100% Optical 2020, attendees saw an abundance of delicate eyewear with additional design detail around the frame, often in a contrasting colourways.
The ‘Bocca Song’ by Parisian brand Face a Face was inspired by modern art and architecture. It features signature shoe detail on the side and comes in an array of enticing colour combinations.
Steel for the job
The Stepper ‘STS 40168’ in lightweight stainless steel has a double-frame effect. In a choice of understated colours, this is a wearable, flattering piece of eyewear.
Crafted with care
Lio’s ‘Fil de Ferro’ (translated as ‘iron wire’) handmade collection took inspiration from the work of Veneto craftsmen. The metal, Lio says, is “poor, ancient and ductile, thus the perfect expression of hard work and craftsmanship.”
Lizzy's style notesEach month, OT columnist, Lizzy Yeowart, considers a dispensing scenario. This month: eyewear for a cyclist
Lizzy says...Eyewear for cyclists is a year-round essential. They protect the eyes from sun damage and provide a barrier to wind, rain, foreign bodies and bugs.
The ‘Windrams’ by Norville benefits from a snap in/out rx insert and is supplied as standard with copper, brown mirror and yellow polycarbonate shields.
The ‘Lightshifter’ by Bollé is a bold, semi-rimless style which combines style and technology with a curved temple and vented shield, and is a pro team favourite. Its inter-changeable, anti-scratch lenses are available with prescription.