Seraphin has launched another set of neoclassical eyewear designs this fall
Seraphin has released three new models that exemplify the collection’s nuanced form of modern styling: the Belmont, Sibley, and Vermillion. With a veritable museum of frames to its name, Seraphin looks to capture the attention of optical connoisseurs with imaginative riffs on a classic shape: the cat-eye, perennially popular among highbrow book lovers and high-fashion aficionados alike. This trio of original, feline-inspired frames will build upon the brand’s rich tradition of design excellence and place the neoclassical aesthetic at the forefront of fashion.
Belmont: Seraphin’s Belmont optical frame renews vintage glamour with the cat-eye silhouette—a fashionista-favorite made popular during the Golden age of Hollywood. Its dual frame construction joins titanium and premium acetate for a fresh, lightweight take on the famous shape. Equipped with adjustable nose pads and temple tips for just the right fit, the Belmont is available in the nature-inspired hues of Rose, Azure, Coffee, and Olive.
Sibley: Seraphin’s Sibley optical frame epitomizes neoclassical luxury. With premium acetate in-lay in titanium, this cat-eye is a distinctly modern modulation of 1950 inspired fashion. Adjustable temple tips, embossed with Seraphin’s signature fleur-de-lis emblem, provide sophistication and the perfect fit. The Sibley’s pastel color palette features a variety of uplifting hues.
Vermillion: The Vermillion is a neoclassical optical frame that gives a wink to vintage, feline- inspired fashion. Handcrafted from premium acetate in an iconic cat-eye shape, this pair leaps out to trendsetters and retrophiles alike. Dropped horns, brow-to- temple accents, silver trim, and a marbled interior—the details go on and on. This feisty style is available in an intriguing colorway of lynx-inspired patterns.