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Miracle Frame Materials Are Showing Off the Future of Eyewear

Designers show bold new flex appeal with durable, fashion-forward frames



NO, THESE AREN’T your daddy’s frame materials. Today’s fresh crop of high-tech and creative optical designs ushers in a new generation of lightweight, versatile frame elements. Alongside long-favored ingredients like Italian acetate, Japanese zyl and titanium, you’ll now encounter robust, super-flexible materials like memory metals, TR90, carbon fiber, ultem, aluminum and stainless steel in fresh, eye-popping colorations. Welcome to the future!

Miracle Frame Materials Are Showing Off the Future of Eyewear


Ray-Ban’s first LiteForce optical frame is rectangular-shaped in typical Ray-Ban style, with slightly rounded angles. The Tech line is made of Lite- Force, a futuristic material offering extreme lightness and resistance.


(800) 422-2020 |

Miracle Frame Materials Are Showing Off the Future of Eyewear

Kilsgaard Eyewear

Model 55.5/1 is a super combo frame with a round front in aluminum, Kilsgaard’s specialty, combined with acetate temples. Colors include gold, bright blue and scarlet. Don’t miss the elegant single-screw solution that fastens both hinges and rim-lock.

From $465

(866) 415-8842 |

Miracle Frame Materials Are Showing Off the Future of Eyewear


The Danish company takes a brave approach to titanium frames with acetate temples in their Series 1398-1402 designs. In an unusual technique, a handpainted line follows the edges of the front and across the temples, twisting all the way to the very end-tips of the frame. Front color, lower end-tip and inner side are matching colors — the same goes for the midline and temples. This cool little detail is emphasized by the fact that the temples have a transparent layer surrounding a solid color layer. It’s a difficult process, but one that matches colors and materials perfectly.


(800) 654 6099 |

Miracle Frame Materials Are Showing Off the Future of Eyewear


A black carbon style with silver titanium hinges, BLAC+11 is produced at Bellinger House, Aarhus, Denmark. This line features styles with 3D-printed fronts in the brand’s own PP22 with carbon fiber temples.


(310) 591-5555 |

Miracle Frame Materials Are Showing Off the Future of Eyewear


For their Niilo and Ellinor models, the German designers at Mykita have come up with this super-light construction in stainless steel, inspired by early modern eyewear designs from the 1920s and ’30s. Focus is on the bridge which — as well as being functional — is an explicit formrelated feature in these designs.

From $504

(973) 669-0063 |

IC! Berlin Marie eyewear

IC! Berlin

Stainless steel gets a splash of color in model Marie, an invigorating example of the bright new hues in ic! Berlin’s Electric collection. Eight models have been released, in four on-trend colors: violet, blue, turquoise and magenta.


(646) 257-5716 |

Modo Eyewear 4050 and 4046

Modo Eyewear

The Modo collection this season features silky acetates and slick titanium styles such as 4050 and 4046. In this case, no need to think color: Basic black highlights the sophisticated shape and simplicity of this high-tech choice.


(800) 223-7610 |



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