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  1. Pucci’s All 70s First Frames

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    Emilio Pucci has presented its first eyewear line with new partner Marcolin at the Italian Embassy in Paris. There are about 30 frames in the range, from cat-eye shapes to oversized Hollywood-esque styles.Model and socialite Poppy Delevingne (pictured above)... Read More

  2. Bawsome Attitude

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    A Polish eyewear start-up is promising ‘high quality’ absolutely customised 3D sunglasses with attitude. Bawsome started taking orders online on 1 February, allowing customers to choose the colour of their frame, select the lenses and add their... Read More

  3. Oxydo

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    Oxydo is a new eyewear brand with an independent flavour and a strong personality that interprets eyewear as a fashion accessory in unusual shapes and brilliant colours. You’ll find both sunglasses and optical frames in bold and light shapes, mixed... Read More

  4. Return of Robert Rüdger

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    Austrian eyewear brand Robert Rüdger has made a fresh comeback following a 20-year licensing agreement between Area98 and the designer Rudi Himmelfreundpointner. The key stylistic features of the 1990s, back from Robert Rüdger’s early period,... Read More

  5. Niloca Ruby

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    Niloca, the quirky Melbourne boutique eyewear designer, has released its latest frames, which were showcased to great international success at SILMO in 2014. Pictured here is Ruby 1971. Delicate, yet bold; definitely beautiful. Visit www.niloca.com Read More

  6. One Lens, Many Frames: Frameri

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    Here’s a new idea in prescription eyewear from a man who was recently named by Forbes magazine as one of the top 30 manufacturing entrepreneurs nationwide who are younger than 30. Konrad Billetz’s brand new company, Frameri was founded to create... Read More

  7. Ray-Ban Liteforce Optical

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    Liteforce, the next-generation material Ray-Ban uses for sunglasses, is now also available in the optical segment. Liteforce is a semicrystalline thermoplastic with outstanding resistance to chemical and mechanical agents. For this reason, it is used in the... Read More

  8. Glarce Sorrento

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    All Australian-made eyewear company Glarce has released the Sorrento, named after the popular coastal town on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. A classic aviator style, it carries a double bridge and looks especially sophisticated with gradient lenses.... Read More

  9. Jessica Gallagher: Face of Gloryfy

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    Australian summer and winter Paralympian Jessica Gallagher is the new ambassador in Australia for gloryfy unbreakable eyewear. Jessica, who won bronze medals in 2010 and 2014, embodies the gloryfy unbreakable spirit. Speaking of her role, Jessica said,... Read More

  10. Ogi Introduces Innotec Sun Collection

    mivision | 26 February 2015

    Innotec has introduced sunglasses to its portfolio with three new styles to choose from: Denton, Fenwick and Willow Pictured here is the Denton Sun, a masculine bold square shape with a double laminated TR-90 front. These frames feature Innotec's signature... Read More

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