Bvlgari outs its 2010 Eyewear collection, giving fashionistas and stylists a new range of fashionable and designer eyewear. The new collection draws its inspiration from the brand’s prominent jewelry-making tradition. Particular highlights include the coloured, glass stones featured for the first time on acetate frames which are available in a range of colours including classic black, tobacco, violet and light blue.
Among the collection is a signature piece that pays tribute to the cabochon cut, a technique of cutting precious stones. The 2010 special edition line features a serpent motif, which is reminiscent of the high jewelry necklace worn by Kate Moss in the Jasmin Noir fragrance campaign. The new Monologo line of eyewear is a tribute to the 2008 Monologo collection that had the Bvlgari logo as the only ornamental element.
Born in 2001, the Lucea collection continues to be characterised by linear designs and this year it’s available in silvered metal or gunmetal and fawn frames – with black, red, mother of pearl of cocoa acetate stems. The B.zero1 line harks back to the eponymous ring collection launched in the late 90s which combined the motifs of Tubogas and the brand logo.
Last but not least, they have a range of designer optical frames for men. The painstaking attention to detail given for the new eyewear collection, combined with elegant design, speaks of Bvlgari’s distinctive creativity that surpasses the passing trends.