(Press Release) Canadian eyewear brand Kliik denmark has released four new frames this spring.
The K-554 is a ladies’ frame with a full rim stainless steel design featuring a modified pillow shape and added angles. The temple design was achieved by a laser etching technique that creates an evenly distributed geometrical pattern. Each frame features either a vibrant or neutral, two-tone color palette varying from turquoise fuchsia and purple turquoise, to more neutral combos such as black-white and brown champagne.
The K-555 is a men’s frame featuring a full rim, square shaped acetate design and a ribbed laser pattern. The laser etching process provides a contrast to the high polish found on the inside of the frame. It’s available in a masculine-inspired color palette of black, grey and tortoise.
The K-556 is a ladies’ frame featuring a full rim, hand crafted acetate design and a softened square eye shape. The drop bridge adds a retro element, while the nylon-coated screws maintain the temple firmness. It’s available in standard tortoise, violet tortoise, Tokyo tortoise and smoke tortoise.
With its retro-inspired brow line design, the K-557 is a full rim square-shaped combination frame reminiscent of the 1950s and early ’60s. It features stainless steel temples with subtly distressed, four-piece diamond shaped detailing. The rustic stainless steel bridge and cast end pieces add to the overall antique look of the frame. It’s available in blue horn, taupe antique gold and black antique gun.
KLiiK denmark is produced by WestGroupe. For more information, visit kliik.com.
KLiiK denmark's K-554
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