Persol Introduces Three New Eyewear Collections

The new collections, Vintage Celebration, Persol Reflex Edition and Persol Contrasti, showcase Persol’s commitment to craftsmanship and innovation

Persol has a history dotted with inventions since it began in 1917 and a tradition of craftsmanship from which it picks new treasures for each of its eyewear collection.

PO 9649V 9021 from Vintage Celebration
PO 9649V 9021 from Vintage Celebration

For the coming summer, Persol has launched Vintage Celebration with new colours joining those selected from its historical archive. Along with the classic, Virginia Tobacco, Coffee and Sienna, there are a number of extra colours that are inspired by the sixties era and emulate the mineral world. Obsidian, Cobalt, Garnet and Amber, which with special antiqued versions, enhance classic and new Persol women’s and men’s models, both sun and optical.

The exclusivity of Vintage Celebration is once more emphasised by the fact that a selection of the new sun models feature only Polar and Photopolar lenses. Lightweight and comfortable – thanks to a thickness of only 1.8 millimetres – made of crystal glass using cutting-edge technologies and scrupulous craftsmanship, these lenses have exceptional characteristics for whoever seeks protection from harmful sun rays and perfectly sharp vision.

Innovative features are also used in the new Persol Reflex Edition, a fascinating blend of design inspired by vintage cameras and the unmistakable brand style. For the two models of the collection – which has become a new classic – Persol now presents the folding sun and optical version, plus two new proposals that extend the family of this unisex collection.

Contrast – this is the keyword defining the style of the new Persol Contrasti eyewear collection for men and women. The new model has fascination retro lines with futuristic finishes and acetate rims with a metal frame on the top section. The colour contrasts are emphasised by the choice of double-layer acetates which are used for the first time in the Persol collection.


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