The Ksubi Eyewear Sigma Frames Appear Almost Two-Dimensional

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 1, 2012 • References: modaoperandi & refinery29
The Ksubi Eyewear Sigma Frames are as sketched out as they get. That's because they actually look like they were sketched with a pad and paper rather than handmade using three-dimensional materials. The eyeglasses boasts a transparent frame that has been lined in black, almost as though the border was drawn in with permanent marker. It gives the Ksubi Eyewear Sigma Frames a two-dimensional look that will appeal to many creative types.

Crafted in Australia, the Ksubi Eyewear Sigma Frames is still bold, despite the clear bits. Made out of clear plastic and black enamel, the retro eyeglasses "simultaneously provides the boldness of thick frames and the lightness of a rimless pair," as cleverly observed by Refinery29. Available online at Moda Operandi, the glasses offer 100% UVA/UVB protection in a truly stylish way. Stats for Line-Drawing Eyeglasses Trending: Older & Average
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