FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

An Introduction to the Riverbank

October 29, 2014

 

The Riverbank is part of The Quiet Before first launch, during MIDO13, and has quickly become one of the styles that better represent the collection.

It’s small and rounded, just like the glasses Dandies from Milan use to wear during the 20’s, but it’s also thick and its sculptured details contrast with the soft curve of the brow line. The Riverbank is available both as optical glass or sunglass and it’s the perfect choice for those who are looking for a small frame that doesn’t go unnoticed.

The number one choice for the most fashion forward individuals is the optical frame with the exclusive metal clip-on with mineral glass lenses, adding a unique steam-punk flavor to the frame and, thanks to the high end, anti-reflective coated clear lenses glazed in all The Quiet Before optical glasses, even those who don’t need prescription lenses, can have fun with this combination.

The lenses glazed in the sunglasses are made of mineral glass by Baberini, world’s best manufacturer of glass lenses, and come in different color, either polarized or photochromic.

The Riverbank is available in our online shop and selected opticians and fashion stores around the world.






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