An impressive assortment of new feminine styles reflecting prevailing eyewear trends has arvrived at Josephson Opticians locations throughout Toronto. Here is a sampling of the variety sourced globally through renowned manufacturers of hand crafted frames :
Classic and petite, Dita model Courante is now available in a vintage crystal colouring. It features custom stainless steel temple cores which are laser etched with a delicate motif.
In its new collection Face A Face Eyewear pays homage to two Dutch masters of the visual arts, specifically Theo Van Doesberg and Piet Mondrian. The De Stijl movement which they founded a hundred years ago produced works featuring graphic lines and vibrant colour blocking. Model Stijl 1 flirts with those same themes.
Hand made in Japan, the Thom Browne collection features new feminine shapes in mottled tortoise patterned acetates paired with slim metal temples.
Matsuda Eyewear model 3059 features a light weight aluminum front treated with a unique textured application of colour.
Substantial yet airy, the eccentric models from Anne et Valentin’s Stencil collection are produced in limited editions.
Comprised of an acetate front mounted upon a titanium chassis, model Christina from Bevel Eyewear is available in distinctive colour pairings such as turquoise/linen.