The Skaga design team has taken another step forward in its creative thinking for the launch of its new Autumn Collection. As well as designing the frames, the team has also composed completely unique colours for Skaga.
They are called “special acetate” and will feature on 16 autumn styles. Skaga’s special acetate consists of four layers of acetate, three of which are in selected colours and the fourth of which is transparent. This has resulted in colour compositions that are totally unique to Skaga, and which can’t be found on any other frames in the whole world.
Within the “Colourful atmosphere” theme, Skaga, which was founded in 1948, has also been reliving the 1980s with retro coloured nylon wires holding the lenses in place, first launched in the early 80s. This gives a special tone-on-tone effect when, for example, blue frames are combined with another shade of blue in the wires. As well as blue, there is green, red, pink and black to choose from. Skaga’s Autumn Collection will be launched in store in August.