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The  name Lindberg has become synonymous with exceptional quality and design, clean cut aesthetics, lightweight and beautifully crafted eyewear….a distinction they don’t take lightly.In fact they are constantly pushing the boundaries of design and materials they incorporate into their repertoire of elegant eyewear.

Our feature at Josephson’s this month is the award –winning beautiful and natural Lindberg Horn Collection.

 

Keeping true to their minimalist Danish design concept, Lindberg have incorporated advanced technology and superior craftsmanship to work on this exquisite material to create a stunning collection of ultrathin horn frames.

These unique frame fronts are constructed with layers of laminated horn to give the structure more strength and stability and are then individually hand polished to bring out their gorgeous natural color patterns and hues.

The temples are made of lightweight and adjustable titanium and are available in 4 different shades. The bridges have adjustable as well as interchangeable nose pads to give any face the perfect fitting frame.

 

For a limited time, the complete Lindberg Horn collection is available to view at the Josephson Flagship located at 60 Bloor Street.

Come in to select from the array of unique shapes and natural shades available on the fronts and the clean titanium options for the temples.

 

 

Info and image source lindberg.com

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Join us at our Flagship location for an exclusive presentation of the latest collection of Lindberg Eyewear.  This will be a unique opportunity for the public – the premier viewing of new models in North America– in advance of the collection being released to the trade at New York’s Vision Expo.

Lindberg’s Sales and Marketing Director  Peter Warrer  will be in attendance in order to promote the brand’s unique design innovations.

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Rose gold plating adorned many frames featured during the  SILMO World Optical Fair held in Paris. Warm and flush, the colouring flatters most skin tones and is a nuanced alternative to the more common yellow.

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Matsuda Eyewear’s sophisticated pairing of rose gold and silver finishes

In Rebecca Mead’s  New Yorker Magazine article  entitled The Semiotics of “Rose Gold” she suggests that “it is gold that has an inclination to be something else. Rose gold is perverse”.  It is also current and conspicuous  in new  collections by Theirry Lasry, Oliver Peoples and LINDBERG Eyewear.

A rose colouring on titanium from LINDBERG

The varying percentage of copper alloy combined with gold influences the appearance of plating. Pink gold uses the least amount of copper, followed by rose gold, and red gold has the highest copper content.

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A rose gold finish paired with a Rose Quartz Mirrored lens by Oliver Peoples

 

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