Humphreys Style 583037

New York, NY (March, 2015) – Tura, Inc., the inventor of fashion eyewear in 1938, expands its Humphrey’s Eyewear collection with the introduction of  new ophthalmic styles for young adults. The latest frames boast playful patterns, color blocking and linear details to create a vibrant palette with added dimension.

“These Humphrey’s styles are expressive for the adventurous and those who want to stand out from the crowd,” says Jelena Halliburton, Product Manager for the Humphrey’s collection. “The unique styling voice inspires confidence, and has a focus on expressive colors that create visual interest.”

Humphrey’s Eyewear appeals to confident young women and men who are seeking stylish yet wearable frames with a European flair. The expressive hues match global runway trends, including sneakers, to ensure the eyewear complements a youthful wardrobe.

Hip and Oversized: Style 583050 for Men This deep shape with a vertical measurement of 40mm is hip and urban, with the acetate lasered to showcase a wood grain texture. The frame front features an inlayed pop colored top metal bar. The core wire is custom colored and shown through a cut out on the temples. Additional special details include colored spring hinges that match the pop color metal inlay and a discreet Humphrey’s “H” foil emblem lasered on the temple. Colors: Blue, Black

Humpreys Style 583050
Humpreys Style 583050

Sleek and Stylish: Style 592013 for Men  This semi-rimless modified square shape features rounded corners for a fresh look. The model includes a pressed line pattern detail in a two-tone coloration, which gives great dimension. The temples feature tonal or contrasting acetate, and a discreet Humphrey’s “H” foil emblem lasered emblem. Colors: Green, Blue, Gunmetal

Humphreys Style 592013
Humphreys Style 592013

Trendy and Colorful: Style 583051 for Women This frame features an uplifting brow-line with rounded lens corners. The frame front includes an inlayed pop colored metal top bar, while the temples feature pop colored metal peaking out from below. . Additional special details include the colored spring hinges that match the pop color metal inlay and a discreet Humphrey’s “H” foil emblem lasered on the temple. Colors: Brown, Blue

Humphreys Style 583051
Humphreys Style 583051

Sculpted and Feminine: Style 592012 for Women  This sculpted and feminine shape features an uplifting upper brow line. The frame front features a pressed line pattern detail in a contrasting two-tone coloration, which gives great dimension. The temples boast multi- colored acetate to bring out the pop color on the front, while the spring hinges match the pop color line pattern A discreet Humphrey’s “H” foil emblem lasered on the temple, provides brand identification without a loud logo. Colors: Brown, Blue, Navy, Black

Humphreys Style 592012
Humphreys Style 592012

The Bright Wayfarer: Style 583037 for Women  This bright wayfarer shape features a deep B measurement. The creatively colored fabric laminated between crystal acetate makes this model a standout. The front includes a colorful plaid pattern with a silver tone rivet placed on the temporal corners for a hint of a retro flair. Temples feature a matched plaid pattern, and a discreet Humphrey’s “H” foil lasered emblem.  Colors: Pink, Blue, Brown

Humphreys Style 583037
Humphreys Style 583037

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. Tura is a member of the Eschenbach Group of Germany. For more information, please visit: www.tura.com.