The Minimal Art collection follows the trail of Kyme experimentation in which the concentric wave marks its modern and perfect “imprint” in an ever more incisive way, fair of its imperfections, narrates its most important values: materials, technologies, artisans and passions, a “talking” symbol of Kyme‘s new design, memorable, effective, simple and elegant.
This item is inspired to the South African artist Marlene Dumas and her paintings portraying women with a neo-expressionist style with his disturbing features. Marlene is available in four variants: black with gradient brown lens; multilayer torquoise – lilac with gradient gray lens; classical havana with gradient green lenses and eventually gradient brown with gradient violet lenses.
Inspired to Jeffrey Deitch, an American critic and curator of the group exhibition “Post Human”, the style Jeffrey with its vintage shape is the sunglasses proposal. Jeffrey is available in four variants: solid black with bronze flash lens; top havana on crystal base with gradient green lenses; gray-red with gradient gray lenses and finally striped havana with amber lenses.
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