SPRING INTO 2017

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ANGULAR/ALTERED SHAPES

“Angular shapes are adaptions of traditionally wearable styles – but they are slightly modified to be more contemporary or nuanced.”
—Wynn Pratt, marketing spokesperson, Ogi

METAL/ACETATE COMBO

“A directional trend in eyewear for 2017 and going into 2018 is the use of acetate and metal in new ways. For our Steve Madden collection, we took this concept a step further by combining HDCA material with stainless steel to deliver this fresh new look while keeping our frames comfortable, thin and lightweight.”
—Maria Velasquez, brand manager, ClearVision Optical

MUTED COLORS

“The sandblasted treatment to the acetate takes away the gloss and subdues the material to a rich matte finish. We are seeing matte acetate finishes this season as the hot trend. The nice neutral sandy gray color gives warmth.”
—David Duralde, CCO, Kenmark Optical

CLIP-ONS

“The clip-on trend is roaring back. Patients have rediscovered the speed and ease of clip-ons and the value they provide as both a designer frame and a designer sunglass in one package.”
—John DeLuna, head of marketing for Revolution Eyewear

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