EVATIK announces New Ophthalmic Styles
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On trend with the latest style statements, EVATIK, the menís eyewear brand, announces new sophisticated optical styles in its distinctive, fashion-inspired collection.
Drawing inspiration from European eyewear trends, EVATIK combines a variety of influences Ė at one time elegant and somewhat daring, at others, restrained and subtle, Ė to bring a desirable mood to its collection with appeal for a confident and self-assured spectacle wearer.
Inspired by Mod style and a traditional retro look, model E-9111 offers a classic statement in matte black acetate, black or teak, with a square shape and front rivets. Fitted with integrated spring hinges, the temples have a classy faux wood finish and brushed metal accents.
Stainless steel is a highlight at EVATIK, and full-rim models E-9106 and E-9107 express a trendy interpretation for style-conscious men: square and streamlined model E-9106 boasts two-tone colouring with bright accent colours and laser etching producing a raised centre stripe for an eye-catching 3D effect.
Similarly, model E-9107 features laser etching, this time on the temples, producing a bright triple tone colour effect, in line with the sporty aesthetic.
Other exciting additions to the EVATIK menís optical collection include model E-9109, the perfect example of a modern full-rim Havana shape with keyhole bridge; and model E-9112, with a streamlined TR90 front and lightweight stainless steel temples, designed to bridge the gap between practicality and style.
Stainless steel/acetate model E9108, now available in a palette of grey/silver, khaki/olive or navy/grey, adds an all-important combo design to the mix, with faux wood finish laser-cut handmade temples complimenting the sleek metal front.
Launched in 2010, EVATIK is dedicated to men who wish to be noticed, highlighting sleek, clean and minimalist design with a sophisticated combination of bold assertiveness and uncompromised engineering.