New Styles – Bevel

New Styles – Bevel

Posted on 08th May 2012

Timeless design,
 Innovative use of colour and quality of materials. It was these features that initially enticed us towards Bevel, but It wasn’t until we had them in our hands in Milan, or in fact, until Heather had them on her face that we realised we had to have them in the practice.

Founded in New York in 1999, Bevel was started to fill a niche in the eyewear industry with a modern, minimalist design style and outstanding workmanship. The look is understated and timeless, free of distracting logos and ornamentation and yet right on-trend. Pick up a pair of Bevel glasses and immediately feel their quality. Put them on and appreciate the precise fit, making them incredibly comfortable and flattering.

All frames are manufactured in Titanium (incredibly strong, very light and hypo allergenic) or Japanese acetate plastic (the highest quality acetate available) or a combination and come in a huge range of understated but interesting colours. Bevel frames stand out without looking wacky.

We are stocking a large range of ladies and a smaller number of gents frames, so come in and take a look or check out bevelspecs.com

 


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