JUNK DE LUXE
Inspired by the Beatnik movement of the 1950s Junk de Luxe was established in Denmark in 1986, with an approach to men’s clothing that is marked out by relaxed tailoring and vintage inspired designs.
JUNK DE LUXE
Junk de Luxe, one of Denmark’s gems is now available from The AgenC Ltd.
Inspired by the Beatnik movement of the 1950s, Junk De Luxe was established in Denmark in 1986, with an approach to men’s clothing that is marked out by relaxed tailoring and vintage inspired designs.
The AgenC’s Fashion Director Rufus Abbott will be handling all the PR and Fashion Trade enquiries in house.
Sunglasses are commonly used accessories by many people. Apart from for aesthetic reasons, you must choose good quality solar filters to protect your eyes from solar radiation. So, when you are about to choose a pair of sunglasses, your main aims should always be to protect your eyes and to get good visual quality without losing the style that best suits you.
@The AgenC we are very happy to announce the launch of the Le Specs Alpine Collection of polarized sunglasses.Furthermore, if they are polarized lenses, they help to reduce the glare from the light, eliminating reflections from flat surfaces such as asphalt on roads, water, sand, ice and snow.
Prices to reatilers for Le Specs Alpine Collection are:
LSP1102017 FAST & FAMOUS 1102017 £24.50
LSP1102023 ICE PRINCE 1102023 £24.50
LSP1102041 ICE PRINCE 1102041 £24.50
LSP1102009 MAJOR TOM 1102009 £24.50
LSP1102010 MAJOR TOM 1102010 £24.50
LSP1102042 NU-RO SCENESTER 1102042 £28.00
LSP1102012 PANIC STATION 1102012 £28.00
LSP1102013 PANIC STATION 1102013 £28.00
LSP1102015 TECH INVASION 1102015 £28.00
LSP1102040 VANDAL 1102040 £20.00
LSP1102011 VANISHING ACT 1102011 £20.00
LSP1102039 VANISHING ACT 1102039 £20.00
The most popular sun protection filters are shades of brown, grey or green tints and these are classified into 5 categories which facilitate identifying the recommended use of each one: 0 to 2 is for cosmetic use; category 3 is for general use; and 4 is intended for special use. Furthermore, if they are polarized lenses, they help to reduce the glare from the light, eliminating reflections from flat surfaces such as asphalt on roads, water, sand, ice and snow.
In any case, the colour of the glass combined with a filter function and appropriate use, mean you can control the solar radiation to which your vision is exposed. Therefore, it is recommended that sunglasses are only bought from opticians. Opticians are able to give you advice when you buy your sunglasses and they guarantee the minimum requirements of visual quality, complying with European law.
Well, after launching Oko by Oko PARIS at Optrafir 2011 it is back to our day job and can’t wait to get on with things.
Anything needed for Andy Wolf, Monoqool or Oko by Oko PARIS please do not hesitate to contact us.
Leading independent opticians from around the country are urging colleagues to come to Optrafair (Birmingham 9-11 April) to ensure that they remain well informed on what is happening, not just within the UK optical scene, but to seek out new suppliers exhibiting from abroad and none of them better than Oko by Oko PARIS an amazing product range in titanium and acetate and the best quality for money product internationally.
Oko by Oko Paris, now lovingly known as “The Turtle” was created 8 years ago by 3 opticians in the very heart of Paris, The Marais, who were tired and bored of where the eyewear market was going, so undertook to create something special, Oko by Oko, Kidoko and Moko Besicles.
They’re passionate about bridging fashion and eyewear, and want it to be usable and functional, with their take on Parisian style.
The acetate and metal collections are a big hit in France and are now also breaking through to other countries in Europe and beyond into The USA, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Hong Kong and Japan.
Oko have recently introduced the lightweight and feminine model DYS5-02 to its new premium line. The company described the design as a mixture of soft, vivid colours, with the brand’s trademark turtle image digitally printed on the acetate temples in an understated way, depicting motion. The Paris-designed model is made in Italy and features a bronze front with acetate temples.
Company: OKO Eyewear Paris Stand no: FQ28
Contact: Ana Sedes
Phone: +33 145 15 257 27
Address: 94-96 Rue Victor Hugo 94200 Ivry Sur Seine Country: FRANCE
Desciption: French Eyewear designers since 1999.
OKObyOKO-Paris Kidoko & Moko
Blog: www.lescreateursdelunettes.fr Categories Children’s Eyewear
Contact Jeremy Thomas @ The AgenC on email@example.com