Lights, Sneaking Duck frames, ACTION!
Vivid 2014 kicks off this week (Thursday 23 May-9 June) in Sydney to brighten up those dark and wintry nights
If you don’t want to live in this light festival’s shadow, we’ve found a way for you to radiate. It’s our pick of our 5 most colourful, vivid frames!
See what we did there?
For those who find it hard to commit to colour, frames with full-frontal colour might be too outgoing. But we’ve got an awesome range of two-tone frames that give just a ‘flash’ of colour.
Take the Allegra for example. Conservative, ocean blue at the front but a glossy red party from the side. Plus, ‘allegra’ means cheerful in Italian. So go ahead and smile!
Get with the Vivid theme of creative ideas and check out 3D-printed glasses by Sneaking Duck and Vert Design.
They’re made from nylon using an awesome technique called selective laser sintering (to the cooler cats, that’s ‘SLS’). Effectively, a laser transforms powder into your customised glasses. Science aside, they’re pretty awesome and you can currently choose from 4 base designs.
These are the HB which have pencil-themed arms to remind you (as you sit typing away at the comp) of your good old school days.
Our refreshing palette cleansers for in between courses, The Sorbet feel just as zesty on the face.
If you wear a lot of black, these really pop but the brown, semi-translucent arms keep the colour soft against most skin tones.
Give them a whirl using our FREE try-at-home service.
These will…these will rock you! Homage to the days when you could chomp through a sugartastic treat and not care about your teeth.
Well, the next best thing is the Rock. The off-white (front and back) sandwiches a green and pink filling for a nice splash of colour.
For more ideas on how to rock white frames, check out this blog post.
If Vivid is all about innovation and creativity, it’s also about reaching for the stars.
These Wayfarer-style frames are from our Super Dooper collection. The bamboo arms reminded us of long summers spent sucking on ice blocks – good things come on sticks! Those days are back.
Take a closer look at the Red Comet.
Happy Vivid folks!
Thanks to Richard Wong for the Flickr image!