Leading eyewear brand, Diesel introduces its all-new Diesel 2012 eyewear collection in Bangkok. The latest collection is the result of a new collaboration between Diesel and Marcolin, a leader in the optical industry.
The new collection of designer sunglasses ranges from classic vintage to futuristic cool. They are both masculine and feminine, military and vintage, matte and shiny, consisting of the Love Bug, Flirtini, Double Trouble and Bad Max range. The new range truly speaks the language of the label: bold, rock, and iconic.
Inspired by the most iconic shape of the Sixties, Love Bug sunglasses fulfill their purpose during the day or night, with an oversized round shape, psychedelic multi-layered mirrored lenses and a super light frame. These glasses are available in a range of lens colours, including brown, green and pink, and priced at 9,800 baht.
Flirtini glasses portray a sense of romance and glamour, deserving of a diva. The glasses have been constructed with bold acetate in matte and glossy colours: black and Havana for the classic look, and khaki and petroleum for a contemporary touch. The price is 9,000 baht.
Double Trouble glasses highlights a contrast of shiny and matt material. The contrast colours on frame and temples also emphasizes its multifaceted design, while embodying the Diesel heritage with its rock and roll edge. Black and blue Double Trouble is meant to be worn by men, while the ivory and petroleum model is for women, and the military colours (mud, khaki, military green) are designed for both. They are priced at 8,000 baht.
An aviator-style with a vintage sporty look, Bad Max has been designed with an easy fit shape. The glasses are enriched by side flaps and real treated leather with the Mohican logo tone in tone and rubber detail on the nose. The ruggedly handsome shades are the perfect essential for rocking it on your motorcycle, and are priced at 9,800 baht.
The all-new Diesel 2012 eyewear is available at leading optical boutiques nationwide. Call 02-790-8199.
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