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The Streamline Models – Part of the Sun Collection by Silhouette.
Biscayne Bay, Cape Florida and Bayside: the names of the new models in the Streamline Collection are inspired by sporty places along the vibrant city of Miami – like ocean bays and marinas that invite you to go sailing. The Streamline Collection combines versatility, elegance, and exclusivity. Its sporty, minimalist appearance and fluid transitions are inspired by the sleek simplicity of sailing boats. In addition, the models are rimless and ultralight as you’d expect from the world leader in premium rimless eyewear. All models can be 1:1 optically glazed, custom-made to their frames at the in-house Lens Lab with the expertise of Silhouette Vision Sensation®.
The Streamline Collection “combines the best features of Silhouette glasses in a single package,” explains Roland Keplinger, Design Director at Silhouette. “Lightness. The perfect fit. And an aesthetically pleasing combination of materials.” In line with the overall design inspiration, the glasses also feature a dynamic new bridge and temple design. The temple is made from SPX®+, a highly robust material created exclusively by Silhouette. What’s more, the design curves dynamically down from cheek to tip, where an inlay made of SPX®+ provides optimal fit and stability. The new models, Biscayne Bay, Cape Florida, and Bayside, are available in three shapes, and a variety of color options such as Racing Red, Cool Gray, Pine Green, and the flagship color Ocean Blue.
Precision-built, from lens to temple
The new Streamline models also come with some cutting-edge innovation: Photochromic lenses automatically become darker when there’s more sun, adjusting instantly and seamlessly to changing conditions. From the tip of the temple to the perfectly executed hand-colored line artwork, the glasses have the sleekest design around. Unlike many other models on the market, the sunglasses have a strong curvature which keeps more of the eye area protected from sunlight, wind, and water.