Share Tweet Hawaii Is Always a Good Idea Better sizing and style? These frames are here for it. Published 2 years ago on September 11, 2020 By Rachel Bozek Invision September 2020 Issue Mohala Eyewear (ABOVE) In Hawaiian, “Mohala” means to “unfold” or blossom like the petals of a flower. It can also mean the metaphorical unfolding of an idea or initial plan which then evolves into a fully realized vision. Enter mohala Eyewear from Ashley Johnson, who designed the collection to address different face shapes, nose bridges, cheekbones, and long lashes. Most eyewear in the U.S. is designed to fit one kind of face but Mohala offers four nose bridge heights to address different facial topography … not to mention the growing trend of lash extensions means their varying nose bridges allow long lashes to blink comfortably without hitting the lenses. MSRP: $169 – $185, mohalaeyewear.com Nifties With fine facial features in mind, the latest collection from Nifties includes the NI9426 with the brand’s signature color stripe on the temples and granite-inspired coloration throughout. designeyeweargroup.com $195 Jones New York Designed for women with a small or narrow face shape, the J244 is a combination frame with a rectangular, acetate front and temples made from both stainless steel and acetate. derigo.us $157 Advertisement Ethnicity From the African Collection, the Malcolm is designed with both fit and style in mind. The Japanese acetate frame front features a hammered stone finish with bronze beta titanium temples. ethnicityeyewear.com $395 Fysh The universal fit F-3652 is a modified acetate square that includes a metal inlay along the browline. westgroupe.com $265 Ovvo Optics Sized for flatter bridges, the men’s 3932 brings the Surgical Steel & Titanium Collection into the universal fit category. ovvooptics.com $399 Etnia Barcelona Part of the newly released Adjustable Fit Collection, Gangnam is a lightweight, durable combination frame that’s ideal for smaller face shapes. etniabarcelona.com $195 Advertisement Steve Madden A global fit style for the younger set, the Blue Sparkle Twiinkle plays up the glitz and glam without missing a beat on the comfort front. cvoptical.com $164.99 Mykita Wearers with smaller, flatter noses will appreciate the Kenda, part of the Lite Acetate Collection. The style includes a titanium nose pad option, which also contributes to the fit. mykita.com $635 with titanium nose pads, $575 without Columbia Featuring a wider nose bridge, longer temples, and larger lenses, the C3015 is among the new optical and sun additions in the Extended Fit Collection. Despite the frame’s larger size, it maintains a lightweight, comfortable feel. marchon.com $173 Related Topics:ColumbiaDe RigoDesign Eyewear GroupEthnicity EyewearEtnia BarcelonaeyeglassesFeaturedFYSH UKlatest eyeglasseslatest eyewearMohala EyewearMykitaOVVO OpticsSteve Madden click to Comment(Comment) Up Next ECPs Share their Best-Selling Collections for July 2020 Don't Miss These 9 Sun Styles Are Causing A ‘Chain’ Reaction of Awesome Rachel Bozek Rachel Bozek is a contributing writer for INVISION. SPONSORED VIDEO Explore New Crizal® Sapphire™ HR lenses on Leonardo Did you know there’s an online course on the new Crizal Sapphire HR lenses available now on Leonardo? 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