Covry Eyewear Showcases Elevated Fit Frames
Monday, May 14, 2018 1:00 AM
NEW YORK—Covry Eyewear was started in 2015 by Athina Wang and Florence Shin. Based in New York City, the brand’s frames are designed for diverse facial structures, including low nose bridges and high cheekbones with its signature Elevated Fit for comfortable yet stylish frames.
These styles cater to individuals who typically have a harder time fitting traditional frame looks.
Exclusively designed for Covry, Elevated Fit features longer nose pads allowing the sunglass to sit higher on the nose, a reduced frame curvature so the frames rest away from the face, and a narrowed nose bridge to prevent the frames from sliding down the nose. These styles are made with cellulose acetate, CR39 lenses with 100 percent UV protection.
Some standout styles in the collection include the Carina in cashmere, the Vega in walnut and the Maia in marble. The Carina shows off a feminine, glamorous silhouette. This style comes in a nude hue topped off with an edgy tortoise laminate trim and brown gradient lenses. The Vega in walnut frame features a versatile modified rectangular shape with black lenses. This style is also both thin and lightweight, making for a comfortable fit.
The Maia in marble features a creamy marble tortoise, gradient brown lenses and a polished gold titanium temples for an added touch. All of these styles come with a vegan leather case and lens cleaning cloth.
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