Narrow proportions set the tone for this selection of new shapes, ranging from oversized retro styles to more slender, linear looks. The late 1990s and early 2000s are the new vintage reference point, providing inspiration for a simpler aesthetic: the new trends revolve around notably thinner profiles for rectangular, oval and cat-eye lens shapes.
These return in Silhouette’s Colorwave collection shape update. Silhouette is expanding its portfolio of featherlight full-rim eyewear made from high-quality titanium to include current colours and striking, contemporary shapes.
The ladylike squared cat-eye epitomizes the Austrian eyewear manufacturer’s distinctive style and individuality. A standout colour choice for the ambitious design is the two-tone combination of rosé gold and silver.
A unisex oval lens shape was specially designed for small faces, lending a unique character to the wearer, with a modern interplay of bronze and black. The contrast between black titanium and the silver-coloured elements on the temple add a timeless, masculine touch to the oval. The classic hinge is integrated decoratively into the frame, true to the collection’s sophisticated design which contains no screws.
The Squared Aviator model adds personality to any man’s style. Oversized and featuring an integrated double bridge, this design is sure to impress in a hip, retro black and gold colour combination.