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2019-07-19

Berluti x Thélios First Collaborates Eyewear Collections

Introducing the very first Berluti and Thélios collaboration, an eyewear collection prominently featured in Kris Van Assche’s inaugural fashion show for the Parisian Maison. Six different sunglass models are inspired by Berluti’s signature patina, the traditional process for colouring leather. Which this season is reinterpreted by Kris Van Assche, taking on a new light and a wealth of red, yellow, blue and green hues which saturate garments and accessories as well as eyewear. The collection is also a tribute to the old marble tables at which craftsmen hand-dye the patina of shoes in Berluti’s manifattura in Ferrara. The dye-splattered marble is replicated with striated acetate on the eyewear frames. Timeless shapes and classic materials including light metal and deep-coloured, ultra resistant acetate meet understated luxury finishings, such as the iconic B logo discreetly placed over the hinges or the nose pads and a 1895 signature on the lenses. A mirror treatment with a patina-inspired ombré effect applied to the
lenses in two distinctive shades, Blue Flash and Read Flash - puts an audaciously modern spin on the design.


Halo: 
Acetate round shape featuring dedicated hinges and a branded metal plate, available in rainbow-effect lens colour combinations.


Bright: 
Metal pilot featuring an acetate temple and Berluti’s logo printed on the lenses.

Spectre: 
Metal round shape featuring an acetate temple, available in rainbow-effect lens colour combinations. 1895 logo engraved on the left lense.


Neon: 
Acetate rectangular shape featuring a metal nose pad, dedicated hinges and a branded metal plate, available in rainbow-effect lens colour combinations


Sparkle: 
Acetate modern aviator shape featuring dedicated hinges and a branded metal plate, available in rainbow-effect lens colour combinations. The most featured style in the FW19 Show.

Shine: 
Square aviator shape, featuring an acetate temple, available in rainbow-effect lens colour combinations. 1895 engraved logo on the left lense.


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