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TIME TRANSCENDING

YOKO

The 70s representative round shape of Ørgreen Optics’ Yoko to be reiterated in 7 new color tones.

Bright Shades

Inspired by music, fun, and love, the newest titanium sun collection is named after three of the best music festivals from around the world. Celebrating the hedonistic pleasures of festival culture, the collection combines great design with fun color stories.

Solar Flair

Following the global success of the Quantum Collection, Ørgreen Optics has launched Quantum Sun, the first offering of a sunglasses range within the Quantum collection. Merging technical innovation and hand-crafted design, incapsulating the technological bespoke eyewear world. Two new original styles – one female, one unisex – are presented, taking strong inspiration from the grandiose eyewear of the 1970s.

Urban Lightness

Following the success of the first two optical collections, Ørgreen returns with its third QUANTUM collection that continues to push the boundaries of eyewear design. Faithful to Ørgreen’s passion for color, the new collection features an exciting range of over 15 color stories. These vivid color combinations for both men and women add refreshing character, humor and subtle elegance to the stylish range, guaranteeing a style option for every wearer.

Minimal Vintage

Characterized by its lightness, strength, and superb color adaptability, acetate is an ideal medium to explore bold and ambitious color stories, a long-standing characteristic of Ørgreen products.

Everlasting Colors

The new titanium collection called Surf’s Up, is an ambitious assortment of optical frames for both men and women. The collection takes its inspiration from the aesthetic universe around surfing culture – a tranquil hedonism by
the open sea. Intersecting with Ørgreen’s design universe, Surf’s Up is a collection as timeless as surfing itself. A core set of mono-color stories embodies Ørgreen’s classic minimalism, while an exciting new range of mono and two-tone color stories take visual cues from surf culture’s coastal visuality.

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