Specsavers have a range of new eyewear trends for Autumn/Winter 2020. Images supplied.
Specsavers has over 200 new pieces of eyewear across its designer collections and the brand’s own ranges for Autumn/Winter 2020. So there’s lots of choices for glasses wearers whether they’re after something timeless or want eyewear that reflects the latest trends. Speaking of trends, Specsavers has got a range of key ones this season including translucents, molten metals, soft moss, updated earth tones and soft touches of grey.
To explain more Specsavers’ Head of Frames, Juan Carlos Camargo says, “This season, pastel tones and bold uses of acetate play a big part in translucents, soft moss, updated earth tones and soft touches of grey, as does premium metals, textured surfaces and asymmetrical shapes in the Molten Metal trend.”
An exciting new collaboration this season sees international design house DKNY join the Specsavers stable of brands. There’s also the Specsavers debut of iconic street wear label Levi’s whose new range is set to launch in all Specsavers stores from 28 May. That’s not to mention new styles from HUGO, Marc Jacobs and Tommy Hilfiger, along with statement frames from Kylie Minogue, Lyle & Scott and Alex Perry to help the wearer express their individual style however they want to.
“The A/W ‘20 styles see interesting executions of the materials used, which has resulted in unique textures and interesting shapes in the designs,” adds Juan Carlos Camargo. “We have translucent acetate infused with bright pops of glitter in our new Marc Jacobs range, distinctive acetate and metal combinations in the Levi’s collection and mottled acetate applications in our newest designer collaboration with DKNY – all up, the seasonal collection truly stands out for all the right reasons, with each frame created with premium quality finishes.
Shapes emerging for the new season are those which have carried over from past seasons, with subtle nuances and evolutions. Vintage square shapes have been introduced in our Premium Metal range and the retro round frame continues to have a presence, with different interpretations such as squared off edges to give the style a geometric look. We are also seeing a new take on the aviator frame, with bridgeless designs reinterpreted with the use of twisted temples and rose gold detailing.”
Specsavers new Autumn/Winter styles are priced from $299 for two pairs single vision. At the moment you’re able to view the styles online and they will be available in Specsavers stores nationwide when they re-open after the lockdown.