|By PR Newswire||
|March 17, 2014 08:12 AM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Gotti Switzerland is getting a head start on summer with by launching new optical and sunglass styles that blend retro designs with a modern twist. The collection features lightweight acetate, titanium and stainless steel models that focus on sleek minimalist construction with contemporary textures and patterns. Gotti Switzerland eyewear is priced from $300 - $500.
The men's acetate optical frames include UISO, UMIL, and URYO. They feature vintage-inspired shapes with fresh colors and blends such as Pattern Violett, Pattern Blue, Pattern Grey, and Olive Translucent. The women's acetate collection is based on the combination of delicate forms and fine details. Styles SERGE, SUMY, and SUSE include ultrafine and thin finishing, making them as light as a feather. The temples highlight a diagonal white color gradient. Statement colors including Olive Translucent, Blue, Turquoise, and Purple make these glasses a statement accessory. Gotti Switzerland also introduces men's and women's titanium optical glasses that are updates to the classic frames from the 1970's. PUNTO and PAULA feature a trendsetting top bar with an extremely thin semi-rimless lens.
The latest sunglasses collection from Gotti Switzerland mixes bold colors and high technology with comfort. Eight new models for women and men contain mirrored lenses and the brand's innovative "Spin & Stow" temple, enabling the earpieces to rotate completely, so the glasses fold flat and can be tucked away anywhere. XMEN, XANDRO, and XANIA include a slim flat metal front that protrudes from the frame, juxtaposed with a thick temple and soft nose bridge. The color palette ranges from Dark Violet, Yellow and Gold to Black, Silver and White. KOSIMA, KITTY, KASHAN and KOJAK are four oversized acetate models that focus on red-carpet glamour and bold colors such as Orange, Turquoise and Purple. Gotti Switzerland's popular PEPE style is updated with the PANTO FORM featuring a mixture of titanium with an acetate inlay, making these sunglasses equally sporty and elegant.
To purchase Gotti Switzerland Eyewear, visit www.gotti.ch
About Gotti Switzerland Eyewear
Since its founding in 1993, Gotti SWITZERLAND blends design with functionality. Produced in Japan, Germany and Austria, Gotti eyewear is available worldwide at more than 1,200 selected optic shops. The collection includes over 100 models, each in three to six different colors. Eyewear from Gotti is produced from high-quality titanium, acetate and stainless steel. The manufacturing process combines traditional craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology. The innovative SPIN & STOW temple was introduced by the Swiss company in 2011. Gotti's 360° rotatable eyeglasses and sunglasses can be folded flat so that they fit in any jacket pocket.
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