MODO introduces revolutionary eyewear design in FW13 collection
New York, NY –
MODO is making waves in the optics industry with an innovative approach to sartorial elegance. The Fall/Winter 2013 MODO collection introduces two revolutionary concepts in eyewear design that show an attention to stylistic detail and functionality. The collection consists of nine handmade Japanese acetate styles and six new titanium / acetate combination frames.
The Fall/Winter 2013 MODO acetate frames have an innovative hinge that is both aesthetically refined and functional. The construction of the metal-on-metal hinge, which is a hinge where both the frame front and end piece are covered in metal, provide a completely new style detail in the eyewear industry.
MODO model 6503 is a teacup-shaped, moss-colored acetate with a shiny finish for women. The frame also comes in burgundy, purple crystal and matte black. This model is representative of what the entire collection has to offer in terms of variety and details.
Our titanium collection is a unique titanium/ TR90 combination that features thin beta-titanium temples and bridges. Customers can choose from 6 styles with four eye-catching colors, including fuchsia and turquoise. This collection combines light flexible metal with the warmth and color of plastic.
MODO titanium square style 4046 features a brown, matte acetate overlay with a dark gun metal temple and bridge, accented with brown acetate temple tips with an overall matte finish. For a bolder look, style 4048 has bright red acetate over a light gun metal rim, paired with metal temples and an acetate temple tip.
Based in SoHo New York, MODO brings a new vision of luxury, by combining a selection of brands beyond the obvious and products of uncompromising craftsmanship. Conceived as ‘Eyewear for the Individual’, MODO is a boutique company that aims to give the thrill of discovery to its customers. Our talented design team matches European design sensitivity with the urban influences of New York.
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