Ørgreen Optics is pressing play to a hazy love song, and with the launch of two retro inspired sunglasses, is inviting everyone to a highly imaginative road trip Down South.
Joining Ørgreen’s Quantum collection, Marsala and Amalfi are named after the popular holiday destinations stretching along the coastlines of the Campania region in Italy and the Sicilian province of Trapani.
Worthy of a soul baring suburban romance, Amalfi’s fifties inspired cat-eye shape makes this style ultra feminine and the perfect accessory for creating ever lasting summer memories.
Marsala’s oversized square cut, with an accentuated v-shaped nose bridge, oozes melancholic grandeur, easily complementing any choice of summer garment, from floaty gowns to cut-offs of jeans shorts.
What is instantly eye-catching about the designs is the volume of the frames, sharp and bold, making it possible to display in relief the uniquely 3D printed pattern. The polyamide body of the frame is combined with Ørgreen’s trademark material – Japanese titanium – and adds a vintage take on modern malaise through the choice of colors: burgundy wine, stone washed denim and black.
In sweet anticipation of what the season will bring, may that be relaxed beach reads or aranciatta scented sunsets, the Down South frames are designed to get all sun chasers high on hope – after all, a little bit of summer is what the whole year is all about.