Persol Double Bridge Collection

Feb 8, 2017

Category: Style

If you are having a hard time thinking of a cooler sunglasses brand than Persol, it is likely because there are none. The century old brand has been the epitome of cool when it comes to eyewear for what feels like forever now – but that doesn’t mean they’re done innovating. Introducing the new Double Bridge Collection.

All we know about this collection is what we’ve gleaned from a couple of social media teases from the brand. By the looks of it, they’ll be offering up both frames for corrective lenses and frames for blocking out the sun. Both types will feature the old school double bridge style, and look to be built primarily out of acetate. From what we can tell of the sunglasses, they will feature a wire top bridge, while the corrective lens frames will be made from full acetate. Keep an eye out for these as they’re sure to be officially announced in the next few weeks. [Purchase]

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