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Fashion: frames in raw materials

Published on by Stéphanie Duplus - updated on

While Fashion Week started last weekend, let's go back to a tendancy for 2015: raw materials used in frames

Glasses in raw materials

Metal and plastic remain the reference materials in eyewear, but manufacturers and designers continue to creatively explore new media for a different point of view: stone, slate, paper, cardboard, and other unexpected materials make for one-of-a-kind designs. Surface effects such as rust or burned plastic renew the sense of touch and reveal the beauty of raw edges.   

Rust effect

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Tom Rebl

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Stones

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Rolf Spectacles

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Mineral collection

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Lucas de Stael

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