Coco Song: A Fusion Collection Between Decorative Details And Natural Elements

Coco Song frames produced by Area98 present beautiful coloured eyewear with delicate details

Always splendid, the Coco Song frames, produced by Area98, are not just accessories but real “jewels” to wear according to your mood and imagination.

Designs that evoke a style in constant fusion between East and West, inspired by symbols taken from nature and the culture of far off countries. The soul of the brand is expressed in the deep colours of the silks, from violet to fuchsia, from turquoise to lime green, colours that define the personality of a confident woman, who loves to show off her passion but also her most intimate and spiritual side.

Clean Thing

Clean Thing, with its squared lines, it expresses its peculiarity of bold colour combinations and decorative details. A delicate feather rests on silk between the layers of the front and acetate temples, an almost pictorial element, which is further enhanced by precious and semi-precious stones ‘crowned’ with a glazed Greek fret.


A refined elegance on the other hand for Full Moon, an oval shape, as its name dictates, dedicated to the female universe in its totally feminine being. Eyewear that wants to impress with contrasting colours like fuchsia and blue or yellow and purple, whilst capable of being bon ton with the timeless black and white and its curious brown and turquoise. The lightness of dried peach blossom and enamelled decorations soften this model so that it becomes a hymn to sophisticated oriental passion.

Spiritual Girl

With Spiritual Girl we find the feather element  together with the symbol par excellence of ancient Chinese philosophy – yin and yang – reproduced on the temple with the fusion of semi-precious stones that is representative of this collection. For this model too, shades of silk play with vivid, intense combinations, that are timeless.

Travel Mind

Travel Mind takes us to the end of our imaginary journey, and, in this bridge between cultures, we find a real ‘jewel’: a squared, slightly cat-shaped frame, with a precious enamel decoration in the form of a stylised dragon, the symbol of strength and good fortune, that from the ends of the eyelashes develop along the temples fading into a light feather, one of the iconic and most frequent elements used in this brand’s collections.


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