The Calvin Klein Collection Spring 2014 Eyewear collection blends minimalism with complexity through the use of architectural detailing, sophisticated colorations and discrete embellishments. This season’s collection features two-toned color blocking, new metal details, and mixed materials.
MALE – OPTICAL
CK7914. This boldly proportioned frame features a luxurious zyl layered with metal trim design detailing. Rich materials are color-blocked from fronts to temples with an elegant metal trim plaque logo located discretely on the top of the temples. Available in Black, Brown Horn, Olive Horn, Blue Horn.
CK7915. A more compact version of CK7914, this frame features a slimmer silhouette as well as metal trim detail. Luxurious zyl is color-blocked from fronts to temples with a proprietary hinge. Available in Black, Soft Tortoise, Khaki Tortoise, Tokyo Tortoise.
CK7916. This classic shape with soft rectangular lenses is transformed by using rich, matted, horn and tortoise zyls. Available in Black, Brown Horn, Tokyo Tortoise, Blue Horn.
CK7917. This handsome, round frame features a keyhole bridge and is color-blocked from fronts to temples. Available in Black, Havana, Amber Tortoise.
MALE – SUNS
CK7909S. This rectangular all-zyl frame continues to adopt the Metal Trim design detail into the 2014 Sunglass collection. Dual tone crystal colors coupled with the elegant new Metal Trim design demonstrates layering on these sleek frames. Available in Black, Havana, Slate Horn, Red Grey Horn.
CK7362S. This classic aviator shape is inspired by Calvin Klein Collection’s past and modernized in design. Layering is evident, as this pilot-inspired design features leather-wrapped sweat bars and temples in a back mounted front design. Available in Black, Graphite, Bone, Brown.
CK7905SP. This style introduces a fresh, new color-blocking technique by layering solid and tortoise zyls in an unexpected way. The frame front’s top bar reveals a “pop” of color. Available in Black, Amber Tortoise, Tokyo Tortoise.
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