Port Chester, NY: Zyloware expands the Via Spiga Eyewear Collection with new releases for Spring 2014. The releases are comprised of 6 new styles and 14 skus inspired by Via Spiga’s latest trends including animal prints, mosaic, geometric and hardware including stones and rivets.
“Zyloware has worked closely with the design team at Via Spiga to bring a whole new look to the musthave brand in eyewear,” stated Zyloware President, Christopher Shyer.
Via Spiga fills the niche for the cosmopolitan woman seeking chic, stylish and modern looks. Designs are architecturally inspired to bring luxury fashion within reach. The new young, fun yet still sophisticated frames consist of high-quality, premium materials, which include unique milled metals, including stainless steel and monel. Key frame attributes include cut-outs, stones, rivets and animal print patterns. Snap-in, logo nosepads are a special feature of the frames with a plastic core that prevents oxidation and discoloring in a unique shape for comfort and feminine styling. Many styles accommodate multi-focal lenses including progressives.
The Via Spiga Annalisa makes a strong statement in a square shape. The full rim frame features a contrasting front and noticeable, multi-colored mosaic patterned zyl temples. This is a fashionable frame with spring hinges and the ability to accommodate progressive lenses.
The modified round shaped Via Spiga Carmella is a full rim zyl frame offered in three stylish colors. An appealing ribbed designed metal piece separates the rich zyl front from the zyl temples. Spring hinges and the ability to accommodate progressive lenses are attractive features of this geek-chic frame.
The Via Spiga Drina is a necessity for the sophisticated woman looking for a hip frame to enhance her confidence. This geometric shaped, full rim zyl frame comes in the fashionably fresh color Burgundy Tortoise and chic Brown color. The zyl temples feature a distinctive cut-out design and branding with a Via Spiga logo plaque.
The Via Spiga Elena is a full rim metal combination frame in a modified oval shape. The sleek zyl temples are connected to the front with a buckle-inspired polished metal embellishment with crystal stones. This frame features spring hinges, snap-in VS nosepads and the ability to accommodate progressives to provide the wearer with comfort.
The Via Spiga Jemma is a full rim combination frame in a geometric shape. The metal front features a chic, pressed snakeskin pattern and the inside of the smooth zyl temples express personality with a tasteful marble design. Comfort features of this frame include VS nosepads, spring hinges and the ability to accommodate progressive lenses.
The Via Spiga Tomasia is a geometric shaped, semi-rimless combination frame with a metal front and a zyl temple with a geometric laser and metal plaque design. The inside temples feature a spontaneous eye-catching marble design for a stylish touch. Signature VS nosepads and spring hinges provide the wearer with extreme comfort.
Zyloware Eyewear, 8 Slater Street, Port Chester, New York, 10573, 914.708.1200 Digital Photography Attached For more information, retailers may contact Zyloware at 800-765-3700, via e-mail at email@example.com, or online at www.zyloware.com.
About Via Spiga:
Established in 1985, Via Spiga is named after the main street in one of the most famed shopping districts in Milan. Italian design, luxurious materials and beautiful detailing maintain Via Spiga’s rich heritage, reflecting the cosmopolitan woman’s sophisticated, polished and feminine style. Today’s Via Spiga delivers sleek and architecturally inspired styles, bringing luxury fashion within reach.
About Zyloware: Since 1923, Zyloware has been a leading American source for eyewear, sunglasses and optical accessories. Priding itself on quality, service and customer satisfaction, Zyloware is the oldest family-operated optical company in the United States and is in its third generation of family management. Known as an optical innovator, Zyloware leads the industry in original product development and branding initiatives with its in-house teams including design, marketing, quality control and customer service. “We attribute our success to our enduring relationships with customers and suppliers. Our longevity is a result of our success.”