FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

Collection One Presentation – SILMO Paris

September 15, 2013

The original luxury brand The Quiet Before will present the new collection of sunglasses and optical frames “Collection One” during Silmo Paris, at Parc des Expositions Paris Nord Villepinte on September 26-29th, 2013.

Collection One” introduces three new models: Handsome David, a model with squared lens cut and shape; Disco Dancer, metal aviator with a remarkable leather shield which characterizes the nose bridge; Mao, a model with rough and sharp geometries with large temples.

The new models are proposed in different colors which introduce new workmanships such as matching gold plating with crocodile leather presented on Disco Dancer, the use of American chestnut wood on Handsome David, and matching ice acetate with vermilion nappa leather on Mao.

The new models are added to the ones presented during MIDO 2013 in March in Milan: 10K Times, Riverbank, Rick, Take it Back and Children of the Moon.

Info:
The Quiet Before: info@thequietbefore.com
Silmo Paris Parc des Expositions Paris Nord Villepinte
Hall 5 Booth B066






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