The latest eyewear collection features bright colours, serape prints, wood effects, and other unique details
The Tommy Hilfiger Group, which is wholly owned by PVH Corp., has introduced its Spring/Summer 2015 eyewear collection, manufactured by Safilo Group S.p.A. The collection of sunglasses and optical frames for men and women reflects the relaxed vibe and youthful spirit of the Tommy Hilfiger brand.
Fusing functionality and versatility, styles feature unexpected details ranging from bright pops of colour and serape prints to wood effects, ’80s-inspired multilayer stripes and lightweight metal.
STYLES TH 1307/S, TH 1308/S AND TH 1309
These three styles feature classic metal shapes, underlined by smart details and subtle colours that emphasise a sense of lightness. The men’s squared sunglasses are made with a wood-effect double bridge on the nose, while the women’s rounded style has a acetate outline. The round optical unisex frame has a slim design and finely chiseled profile.
STYLES TH 1313/S, TH 1312/S AND TH 1314
These styles take their inspiration from summer holidays spent on a tropical beach. The men’s squared sunglasses, women’s butterfly style, and unisex optical frame all feature wood-effect temples. The styles are enlivened with classic serape stripes, inspired by traditional fabrics seen in Mexico. Available in tones of coral, imperial blue, tea rose and Monaco blue.
STYLES TH 1315/S, TH 1316/S AND TH 1318
These styles are influenced by classic ’80s sporting gear, from the ski slopes to the tennis court. The men’s sunglasses feature a flat drop-shape frame, while the women’s styles include a butterfly-shaped frame and rectangular optical frame in three-layer acetate. All styles are skilfully created to showcase stripe details on the front or profile. Available in tones of Havana/ turquoise/peach; black/white/blue; white/blue/yellow; and more.