The Luzette Glasses are a Contemporary Spin on Correctional Eyewear

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 12, 2013 • References:
In true contemporary fashion, the Luzette Glasses embody an asymmetricality that creates an intriguing contrast to the well-balanced nature of the wearer's physiognomy. Designer Marc Tran conceived and overall outline of the spectacles so that it's equal on both sides; however, the unique treatment of the bridge and the uneven integration of two different materials will have you doing a double take.

The chic optical accessory features arms covered in cork with the same spongy bark-derived substance forming an S shape from the bottom of the left lens, diagonally upwards and along the top of the right lens. A sleek black anthracite PVD coating covers the remaining surfaces for a dapper duality in the Luzette Glasses. Stats for Skewed Cork Spectacles Trending: Older & Warm
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