“The soul, fortunately, has an interpreter – often unconscious, but still a faithful interpreter – the eyes”. So wrote Charlotte Brontë. And the spirit of Joseph Altuzarra gave birth to his brand Altuzarra in 2008 starting from the mix between what the designer drew as inspiration from society, art and culture, and what he brought with him from France, from Paris, city where he was born in 1983, in New York, where the maison lives. To celebrate the ten years of women’s ready-to-wear, the fashion creator presented last September, on the catwalk of the spring-summer 2018 collection, the first eyewear collection.
The models are different in both shapes and colors: from the cat line to the frame in red or tortoise-like, to the smoked lenses, while the element that unites them is the elegant construction of the bridge modeled in the form of the initial A of Altuzarra, taken from the iconic Insigna motif that identifies the aesthetics of the fashion house. Another aspect to consider is the made in Italy production. The versatility of the proposals corresponds to the different occasions of use in which you can wear them, such as an aperitif on the beach at sunset or during a sunny morning in the city.
The American brand thus expands its range of accessories, adapting itself to the market strategies of the most established brands. It does so in its own way, distinguishing itself with small details that make the difference, making it recognizable among the many, among the most. All that remains is to wait for the next show in Paris, at the end of this month, to see the progress of an increasingly consolidated reality within the fashion system.
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