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Al e Ro rubber sunglasses

Oct 05 2012, 12:00 pm 0 Monica Bogliolo

A few weeks ago, during my visit at White Milano, with the exception of emerging designers that I mentioned (and the surprises that I still have to show you), I have unfortunately found that the market for the next spring/summer is standardized. A sea of ​​t-shirts and or studded sneakers, in which I could hardly find something truly innovative. “Al e Ro” was the last stand I visited, where I found a funny new product: a rubber-rimmed glasses, extremely flexible, soft and lightweight, able to adapt perfectly to the shape of the face of the wearer. The models available are two, “square” and “drop”. The color range is wide, and, interestingly, the texture of the material varies, to recreate the feeling of “touching the color”: for example, peach is rough and matte, while plum is smooth and shiny. The use of interchangeable lenses allows you to be able to change the cover, obtaining always a new pair of glasses for a small fee.

Designer: Al e Ro

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