The latest collection of minimalist eyewear from Yohji Yamamoto demonstrates the value of visually stunning and functionally efficient designs.
Yohji Yamamoto released the 2015 summer glasses collection 'Deconstructed & Reconstructed' with the intent of stripping down the elements that are traditionally used in eyewear and reconstructing them to be more efficient and aesthetically appealing. Eyewear becomes a part of your character and an extension of your face because of the time that it spends being seen.
The minimalist eyewear collection features clean designs that range from rounded-out specs to cat-eye shaped frames -- some feature industrial looking designs but some still featuring bold colors with sleek construction. The collection is made from high quality acetate and metal.
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