Blackfin: New Styles For Summer 2016

Innovation, style and glamour sum up the new models from Blackfin, the latest additions to the Spring/Summer 2016 eyewear collection

San-Diego-BF766

San-Diego-BF766

Models for men and women, whose distinctive designs feature an interplay of contours and thickness, interpreting the Blackfin mood anew: ultra-lightweight frames in titanium and beta-titanium with contrasting colours and top quality lenses.

The men’s sunglass San Diego BF766 embodies all this, its large, angular lenses and double bridge have a strong 1970s feel. The slender lines are accentuated by the colour combinations: matte dark grey/yellow with gold mirrored lenses, dark grey/black with grey graduated-tint lenses and dark grey/gold with brown graduated-tint lenses.

Palm-Beach-BF767

Palm-Beach-BF767

Palm Beach BF767 is the archetypical cats-eye shape interpreted in Blackfin style. A bold, hyper-feminine frame laden with retro-chic allure. The bas-relief sculpted top rim, its sinuous lines emphasised by a dual colour scheme, creates an attractive three-dimensional effect. This sunglass is available in three versions featuring the new colours mocha and dove-grey with graduated-tint lenses of the same tones.

Amelie-BF763

Amelie-BF763

The new spectacle frames include the model Amelie BF763 whose soft contours and big eye-rims make it ideal for glazing with progressive lenses. With five colour-combinations to choose from, there is something for every taste, with a play of colours on the inside and outside of the frame. Fluorescent sky blue, purple or rose pink are teamed with opaque dark grey or dark brown for a really striking look.

Norman-BF768

Norman-BF768

Norman BF768 is a man’s frame with a strong personality. A modern angular shape, the thickness of the top rim that runs right across the front gives it its character and is in perfect balance with the temples. Thecolouring emphasises the design with contrasting inner/outer tones and there are five colour combinations, to match any mood.

All Blackfin frames have Swordfish temple tips, a company patent whose break-off guides make it possible to shorten the temples in three simple moves. They are all made according to the neomadeinitaly rules, a new strictly all-Italian production model that takes care not only of the product but the people who make it, paying homage to that quintessential Italian excellence and all those who represent it. That’s not all, the neomadeinitaly concept also involves an innovative way of thinking and of working. This is an approach born of passion, dedication, respect and care for the workers and their working environment.

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