Above, from top: CAVIAR 2259 from Ultra Palm Optical; LAUREN HUTTON 109 from Rem Eyewear; CHRISTIAN ROTH 14020 from CXD/Charmant Exclusive Division; VIA SPIGA Tivoli from Zyloware; KATA Kawai Olive from Legacie Eyewear/A Luxury House of B. Robinson Optical
Below, from left: DKNY EYES 6448 from Marchon Eyewear; IO by SWISSFLEX from Italee Optics; ROYAL DOULTON Fusion 18 from Lawrence Eyewear Mystique
Lightweight metals—titanium, titanium-based alloys, stainless steel, aluminum—and flexible plastics
Temples—straight, curved, bent, twisted, tapered, dropped, extra thick, ultra thin
Bridges—single and double, straight and curved, climbing upward, slopping down
Endpieces—open and closed, clean and simple, engraved and bejeweled, extended away from or mounted directly on the lens
To rim or not to rim—top rims, bottom rims, side rims, no rims
The possibilities are endless.
Beveled, sculpted, frosted, painted studded and bejeweled
Fashion and sun tints
Mirror and flash mirror coatings
Gradients and bi-gradients
Shapes—you name it The possibilities are endless.