Kate Young Eyewear For Tura Kids Donates Back To Child Mind Institute

New from Kate Young for Tura Kids offer a Geek chic retro inspired look. The collection caters to today’s children who are more conscious about their style; they already have a sense about fashion and style and they want their eyewear to reflect their personality. All models are sized just right with spring hinges and the same high quality finishes found in the adult collection. Additionally, ten (10%) of net sales of the Kate Young for Tura kids’ eyewear will be donated to the Child Mind Institute, an organization dedicated to transforming mental health care for children everywhere. To learn more, visit www.childmind.org.

Kate Young for Tura Kids Style K900 (Unisex)  This retro square shape with a child designed saddle bridge, is crafted with rich block materials and laminated colors to make this wearer-friendly unisex shape desired by both boys and girls. It offers the slight over-sized look that’s popular with today’s kids. The model features retro recessed metal pin dots and a metallic logo inside the temple.

Kate Young Style K900 in Red

Kate Young Style K900 in Red

Kate Young for Tura Kids Style K901 (Unisex) 

This classic P3 shape with a keyhole bridge is crafted with a rich block tortoise material or with gradient and milky blush acetate to allow this classic unisex shape to be adored by both boys and girls. It features retro recessed metal pin dots, and a metallic logo inside the temple.

Style K901 in Pink

Style K901 in Pink

Style 901 in Tortoise

Style 901 in Tortoise

Find It: Tura Inc. brands are currently sold at independent ophthalmic retailers  across the country

About Tura Inc.: 

Tura Inc. is a leading optical design house based in Manhattan. Since 1938 the pursuit of exquisite craftsmanship and a passion for innovation have defined Tura as a fashion leader. Tura’s inspired vision of eyewear as a fashion accessory gave rise to a series of industry milestones, including an exclusive partnership with Vogue magazine and the industry’s first designer brand license with Christian Dior. Today, Tura employs over 200 people in North America. The Tura Inc. brand portfolio includes: Tura, Ted Baker, Lulu Guinness, Brendel, Geoffrey Beene, Humphrey’s and TITANflex. For more information, please visit: www.tura.comwww.kateyoungeyewear.tura.com

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