(PRESS RELEASE) EVATIK has launched five new styles for Fall 2016.
Focusing on the use of materials in new and interesting ways, EVATIK’s new releases feature unique design elements and quality materials in order to appeal to the fashion savvy man who is looking for understated style and lightweight comfort.
Inspired by the athleisure trend, models E-9133 and E-9135 feature a block titanium front and beta titanium temples. Featuring screwless hinges, both styles are highlighted by a laser cut outline that circles the front and carries through the temples in high-octane accent colors like red, yellow, green and blue.
E-9133 is a contemporary semi-rimless design that, while understated, still has a fashion element with the vibrant pops of color. Model E-9135 has a slightly more sporty appeal due to its angular shape and full rim profile, while the vivid accent colors are a complement to the styling.
Model E-9134 is a rectangular shaped frame with a stainless steel front and handmade acetate temples for a clean, uncluttered look that is distinctly EVATIK. Interesting design elements such as a linear laser engraved pattern and vibrant geometric metal accent pieces add a bold edge to an otherwise refined look. E-9134 is available in dashing hues of Khaki Olive, Navy Blue and Grey Orange.
A shiny metallic finish combined with a ribbed accent pattern on the brow bar and temples add texture and depth to the techno silhouette of style E-9136. Featuring Redtenbacher hinges for extra comfort and fit, E-9136 is a combination of luxury and futuristic design. E-9136 is available in high gloss metallics such as Brown Gun, Blue Gun and Black Gun.
With a retro inspired eye shape and a mixed material composition, model E-9137 is designed for the stylish man in pursuit of originality. The stainless steel frame is thin and accentuated with high-density acetate with a smoky striped pattern on the front and back. E-9137 is available in earthy hues of Grey, Brown and Blue.
EVATIK is produced by WestGroupe.
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