Features: Fashion Feature

Nov
2003

The Lite Stuff

Photography by NEDJELJKO MATURA
Fashion Editor: GLORIA NICOLA
Hair and Makeup by KRISTINE OULMAN/RJ BENNETT
Model: KAROL/APM

Pair it with zyl or aluminum.
Mix titanium and beta titanium for added flexibility. Cover titanium temple cores with zyl. Leave it in its natural silvery gray color or enhance it with a complete palette of colors. Go for the minimal or encrust it in stones and engrave it with intricate designs. Laser cut it for extra thinness or carve it out of a single sheet for a thicker, more substantial look. It’s still titanium. And it’s a winner.
Because the Lite Stuff is the Rite Stuff.
Kazuo Kawasaki MP 638 from Italee Optics

From top: JAGUAR 3044 from Eastern States Eyewear; IZOD 342 from ClearVision Optical; KAISER from Lafont; ATIA Como from A&A Optical; LE MAN 1526CT from Morel Cottet USA

 From top:  DAKOTA SMITH Crew Cut from Signature Eyewear; VIA SPIGA Enna E from Zyloware; MOSSIMO 76 from Marcolin USA; CHRISTIAN ROTH 14012 from CXD/Charmant Exclusive Division; PERRY ELLIS 203 from Eyewear Designs

From top: SPX 1956 from Silhouette Optical; SYNERGY 2004 from Eyespace; TAKEO KIKUCHI 897 from Mitani USA; LUXOTTICA Collection Titanium 1808 from Luxottica Group

From top: RED ROSE 572 from Metzler International USA; IMF T-10 from Revolution Eyewear; FOSSIL Jefferson from Sàfilo USA; TITANIUM 083 from Seiko Optical Products; TURAFLEX 750 from Tura

From top: PRO DESIGN 7313 from Pro Design Eyewear; KATA Mondo 234 from Legacie Eyewear/Luxury House of B. Robinson Optical; METALLURY 1001 from Viva International Group; WOLVERINE Ravine from Lancer International/Division of Kenmark Group

 

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