Express Your Summer Style with the Latest Additions to THOMAS SABO′s Eyewear Range

 

Last Summer THOMAS SABO launched their unmistakable Eyewear collection, rooted firmly in the design codes of their jewellery and watch lines, they featured well-known motifs, such as skulls, crosses and the Fleur de Lys, as well as their signature graphic embossing and vintage decorations. The retro-inspired collection is made up of six superordinate lines – HARRISON, JOHNNY, JAMES, MARLON, ROMY and MIA – and feature classic styles such as Pilot and Panto in round and trapeze shapes.

Exclusively available online today are the latest additions to the collection, twelve stand out pieces to help you curate a look that reflects your personal style. Choose from classic muted tones or the iridescent shades of precious stones rose quartz, mother-of-pearl and smoky quartz. All styles come with UV400 protection with polarised versions available on a number of selected frames.

Mia Grey Square Ladies Sunglasses, €219.00

Romy Ethnic Mirrored Ladies Sunglasses, €229.00

Jack Black Square Unisex Sunglasses, €169.00

 

Available Online at www.thomassabo.com

 

About THOMAS SABO

THOMAS SABO is one of the globally-leading jewellery and watches companies, designing, selling and distributing lifestyle products for women and men. The company, established in 1984 by Thomas Sabo in Lauf an der Pegnitz, southern Germany, operates around 300 of its own shops across all five continents with a total of around 1,800 employees. At its headquarters, THOMAS SABO employs a staff of around 500. THOMAS SABO also collaborates globally with approximately 2,800 trade partners as well as leading airlines and cruise operators.

Glasses Cases and Chains are also available at www.thomassabo.com .

What is UV 400?

THOMAS SABO Eyewear come with UV protection of 400 and protect sensitive eyes from harmful UV rays.

UV stands for ultraviolet radiation and covers a wavelength range of 100 to 400 nanometres. The ultraviolet radiation is the most energetic part of the optical radiation and whilst it is not visible to the human eye, it is the most harmful.

Due to its biological and physical properties, UV radiation is divided into three levels:

  • UV-A (wavelength up to 400nm)
  • UV-B (wavelength up to 315mn)
  • UV-C (wavelength from 100 up to 280nm)

The shorter the wavelength, the more energetic and damaging is the radiation to your eyes. On especially sunny days, the pupil and lens are in danger as more light is let into the eyes. The unprotected penetration of UV rays can eventually lead to tissue damage in the cornea of the eye. So that your eyes are protected at all times of the day, all lenses from the THOMAS SABO eyewear collection have a UV 400 protection that meets the worldwide-required standards.

 

Sean Mitchell

Author at Pynck

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