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These Sunglasses are Designed to Fit a Diverse Range of Face Structures

 - Aug 19, 2015
References: covrysunwear & fastcodesign
Fashion designers Athina Wang and Florence Shin developed a new line of sunglasses that are designed to fit a more diverse range of face structures. Conventional sunglasses are largely designed to favor high nose bridges and low cheekbones. Unfortunately, this kind of frame does not suit the facial structure of all people.

Wang and Shin realized that conventional frames were particularly problematic for people of Asian descent. These kinds of sunglasses would slide down the nose or bump high cheekbones, making them uncomfortable to wear. Their solution was to come up with a new style of frames that they refer to as the 'Elevated Fit.' These glasses hit higher on the nose and boast a straighter frame that won't dig into an individual's cheekbones. The Elevated Fit glasses are part of the 'Covry Sunwear' line and come in a variety of different styles and color combinations.

The revolutionary eyewear provides a whole new range of options for those with different face structures.